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Fireflies June 9, 2008

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Saturday night, on Deb and Dan’s deck, after cocktails, greens from the garden, a cold roast, and a crisp white Portuguese Fernão Pires.

At last.

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1. Craig (Maito Sewa Yoleme) - June 9, 2008

I miss lightning bugs. I think pesticides have greatly diminished their populations. We almost never see them down here in Florida anymore.

2. Cedar Waxwing - June 9, 2008

At last she writes again!

I saw my first fireflies the other evening, just after the lights went out.

Your life sounds so sophisticated. We’re lucky to have Kraft Mac and Cheese these days.

3. Helen - June 9, 2008

I’m amazed at how idyllic a life can seem in so little words.

4. Helen - June 9, 2008

That should probably be “so few words,” correct?

The whole comment sounds grammatically suspicious now. Let me try again:

I’m amazed at how you can make your life sound so idyllic with so few words.

5. Bridgett - June 10, 2008

Grammatically suspicious. I like it.

Our fireflies aren’t out yet. Which now suddenly worries me. We do have fewer than I remember as a kid, but we still have them here. Of course, we had a nasty long cold spring. Perhaps there is still time.

6. indigo bunting - June 10, 2008

Bridgett: Don’t give up hope for fireflies!

CW: Don’t give up hope for me! I can’t seem to write lately…

CW, Helen: So few moments are like that, so it’s nice to try to notice them when they happen. Or is that so little moments? Or so less moments? Hmmmm….

Sewa: Serious bummer.

7. Mali - June 10, 2008

I’ve only ever seen a firefly once, in Bethesda. Those little things are magical.

8. Bridgett - June 10, 2008

Mali: that made me and my husband both say, “Huh!” Never knew they were north american buggies.

9. Deloney - June 11, 2008

A momentous momento.


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