Tag Archives: Tanya Williams

The Hope of Christmas

The hope of Christmas lay in a tiny baby in a manger. I am no fan of Christmas.  The myth I learned as a child seems naïve in adulthood.  I do not subscribe to the religious or commercial aspects of … Continue reading

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A Babe with a Brain

I was riding along the Charles in the early evening when my phone buzzed.  I saddled off my bike.  Brett’s voice, subdued and halting, conveyed the timbre of tragedy in his hollow hello.  Despite all the proliferating forms of communication, … Continue reading

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