Archive for January 2021

Preamble

I ran a lot of errands the other day, which is a rare occurrence in the last twelve months. It is hard to believe it has been a year since we heard of the first Covid case in the United States. 400,000 deaths since then. The world certainly turned on a dime, so to speak.…

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Spring yet?

So I got to take a walk in which I had to actually wear snow boots! Whoohoo! The fresh air was great. The exercise was great. The company was great. Being out was just great. Today is my mother’s 101st birthday. One would think that as the grief fades, her memory would likewise fade. Not…

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I’m Off! sometime

Life is full of turns, sharp edges, shades, and experiments in color. In other words, your life is your art. Make the best of it. And remember to be kind. I spent several moments recently, staring at a picture I took last fall of my five grandchildren. I saw glimpses of their parents, of myself,…

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Shame

I remember the crosswalk in front of my elementary school where I stood when I heard the news that President Kennedy had been shot and killed. I will never forget. I remember the room where I stood in front of the tv and watched an airplane fly into the second twin tower building, and then…

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Boom!

I’m starting off 2021 with a controversial subject, so if you don’t like controversy, or only like your own opinion and no others, you best not read any further. What a way to reduce one’s readership! Many years ago I took a Comparative Religions class in college wherein we studied the eight major religions of…

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