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One Year Anniversary

It was one year on the sixteenth of this month since I’ve had neurosurgery.  Is it a reason to celebrate? I happen to think so. After thirty years of unbelievable pain and another ten years prior where the pain was … Continue reading

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Daffodils and a Grand Dame

The world is coming together to rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral. That is testimony to humanity and what living history means to so many. There are many parts that cannot be recreated with exactitude. That leaves room for creating something beyond … Continue reading

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An Armchair Trip to Ireland

Do you love destination romance novels? I do. Growing up, I was wild about Mary Stewart novels. Not only were they a pitch-perfect blend of mystery and romance, they were also often set in exotic locations. My new destination romance … Continue reading

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Values Live On

This post isn’t meant to be preachy. Family has been on my mind a lot lately and how proud I am of my son and grandson. What do we do that would make our ancestors’ hair curl? Granted our descendants … Continue reading

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If You’re Happy and You Know It, Clap Your Hands!

If you’re over 50—or if you’re currently enrolled in kindergarten—you’ll know the title is from a song. Though whether we’re happy or not may not be  so simple to know. We all clap our hands anyway. Myren, my curmudgeonly chauffeur, says … Continue reading

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“Super Worm Moon” and the Vernal Equinox

This morning, I’m typing this while on Spring Break with my son. He wanted to go to Williamsburg, VA to do a very free form kind of Revolutionary War and Civil War tour. Odd for an almost 20 year old, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Dad

Today is my dad’s 79th birthday. He’s almost and octogenarian, but I certainly don’t think of him as elderly. He still has that sharp physicist’s mind and he hasn’t slowed down – he hikes, canoes and camps in the summer … Continue reading

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