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I took time out from blogging while I focused on writing the Elijah stories.

I’d seen “hiatus” in print but had to look it up to see if it meant what I thought it meant. It does.

Then I had to learn to pronounce it. Not “High at us,” but “High ate us.”

I’m 75, so this reminds me of what Ron and Ingrid Currier sent.

A reporter asked Pablo Cassals, “You are 95 and the greatest cellist who ever lived. Why do you still practice six hours a day?”

Cassals looked at him. “Because I think I’m making progress.”

Not “the greatest” part, but the “making progress” part.

I hope to blog again about the challenges and fun of this book.


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The Days of Elijah - a story

The Days of Elijah – a story

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