Nancy Roman

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Down in Mom’s Cellar

Last week, I went down to my mom’s basement to do her laundry. Except for the washer and dryer, no one ever uses the basement any more. The stuff down there has been down there for years. Anything useful was rescued years ago. On the beam that runs across the ceiling, there are a bunch …

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Music Lessons

When I was a little girl, my mother told me, “You can do anything you want.” But she added a caveat: “You won’t be good at everything, but you can do everything.” This was such sane advice. And as a result, I always felt a level of calm security entering into anything new. I could …

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