At the Laundromat
By Jenny Allen, Illustrations by Mick Stevens

I don’t mind going to the laundromat. It’s surprisingly pleasant.

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Cooking for Love in All the Right Places
Arnie Reisman
For better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, to make meals or reservations.
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Driving Away the New Car Blues
Eileen Maley
I was standing at the corner of the ticket office by the taxi stand, watching the ferry unload.
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Hiking the Past, Carrying a Heavy Weight
Joe Keenan
He was in his fifties by now, and after years of deliberation he decided it was time.
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Getting a Sense of the Great Outdoors
Adam Moore
I smelled adventure. To me, the scent of pine needles warming in the sun is the smell of adventure awaiting.
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Not Afraid to Embrace a Few Germs
Nancy Wood
I was with a group of people recently, mostly younger which is usually the case now that I have turned 90.
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On Schedule, On Time
Jennifer Smith Turner
I waited all day and night but when they said it was the dolphins, I said I didn't understand.
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Do Not Wave Goodbye to the Bluffs
Phyllis Meras
The report that parts of East Chop Drive have been deemed unsafe is sad news.
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When a Keeper Is a Mystery
Nelson Sigelman

Tom Robinson of Vineyard Haven and I were after white perch in Tisbury Great Pond. We caught only one fish, but it turned out that was all we needed.

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When in Distress Try to De-Access
Francine Zorn Trachtenberg
An informed well-educated citizenry is essential to a working democracy and holds tyranny at bay, so goes the paraphrase from Thomas Jefferson and others.
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