Monthly Archives: March 2016

all roads lead to Cochituate

Officially, Cochituate is an unincorporated village in the town of Wayland. While it comprises only one-quarter of the area of Wayland, it houses about half of its population. Traditionally, it’s been the blue-collar, working-class counterpart to the rest of Wayland, … Continue reading

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daylight savings

I’ve always had trouble understanding how turning the clock ahead by an hour around the time of the Spring solstice could possibly “save daylight” for the next six months. It’s a con we all willingly buy into; a collusion of time … Continue reading

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a dream to be

To clarify, it’s a dream I’ve never had. To abandon myself in a dry river bed with nothing but a will to survive, the cacti stoic and tall while I cower in a fetal position, clutching the sand with my … Continue reading

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Hell Unfrozen

It’s 75 degrees out. In New England. In early March. This can only mean that Hell, having frozen over only a few days ago, has roared back to life with a vengeance. The tulips and daffodils have presaged an early … Continue reading

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