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20 Jun

"Meander comes from Greek Maiandros, an old name for a winding river in Asia Minor that is now known as the Menderes. Despite this origin, the word is more commonly used to refer to a person's wandering course than a river's."

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The point of this blog is that there is no specific point--it wanders and meanders through life and the arts. It is my writer's blog.