verge (vʉrj)
noun
the edge, brink, or margin (of something): also used figuratively the verge of the forest, on the verge of hysteria

verg′·ing
to tend or incline (to or toward)
to be in the process of change or transition into something else; pass gradually (into) dawn verging into daylight




Friday, April 5, 2013

Artemis...


 Thank you, dear girl.  I will never forget you.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Alice,

    You sound like you're making peace with someof the more uncomfortable rites of passage of our early 50's life. We evidentally have a lot more in common now than when we were just cello-kids at Ithaca. Though I didn't get to do any mother-ing (sigh!),I did marry and divorce, got a masters' with intention to be a Social worker- therapist (only got to the agency level before the 1st recession hit in '92) And I have been a dog-walker and cat sitter (TOO part-time lately)and am also pretty familiar with the verge, though I often feel it more as if it were a stagnant thing, sometimes hard to push forward and see over to the other side of the chasym... You sound brave and embracing of the challenge. Do you still play regularly- are you in any kind of community orchestra? Check out my facebook contact information and e-mail me sometime, okay?
    (I share my own apartment-based life with a fun senior labrador mix gal and 2 kitties..)And I am blessed also with some incredibly gracious, large-hearted and loyal friends -to whom the noun 'love' IS a verb-to share this part of the Big Picture...

    Be well,Alice!

    Nina

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