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February 8, 2018

Follow Good Lucky Olympians!     As the world prepares for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, to be held February 9 to the 25, of 2018, in PyeongChang, South Korea; we would like to stop and wish those competing a safe and successful Olympic experience. This month we share with you...
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January 15, 2018

Follow Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.   “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. ~ This year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day actually falls on his birthday, January 15; the federal holiday is observed on the third Monday of...
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December 23, 2017

Follow Merry Christmas from Charlie Brown     When I was in grade school, one of my friends showed me how to draw Snoopy; I think I could still pull him off. Between feeling oddly connected to the strip, because I could draw Snoopy and the fact that back in my...
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November 11, 2017

Follow Writing Home     I imagine that writing home is no longer a group activity for our men and women, in the armed services; but I feel certain that this post card, from World War I captures one of most important moments in these men’s lives.  The black and white...
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September 28, 2017

Follow The Miracle Mile     Once upon a time, I used to live off of Wilshire Boulevard, in Los Angeles, California. I happened to move there shortly after the original Brown Derby Restaurant, the one shaped like a derby hat, was demolished. One evening, after walking around the Ambassador Hotel,...
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August 3, 2017

Follow   The Giant Redwoods       I love this old postcard; it has been in my collection for years. This tree had been hallowed out by fire; allowing one to step inside of a giant redwood – or park your car! Our fascination with the giant redwoods, of northern...
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July 11, 2017

Follow Play Ball!   As the All-Star game gets ready to start, I share with you the only postcard I bought, when we visited the National Baseball Hall of Fame, at Coopers Town, in the autumn of 1991. I had seen A League of their Own, and was thrilled to see...
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June 28, 2017

Follow Paris     Perhaps I am just feeling the passing years, but I find myself more nostalgic about certain people and places – including Europe in general, and Paris in particular.     It is true that I have read too much about and by the American expatriates and those...
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May 10, 2017

Follow The Petrified Forest     The first souvenir Kate and I ever bought was a small slice of petrified wood, in Arizona, thirty years ago. It was a stop, on that first road trip, which I had wanted to make, as I remembered visiting the national park, as a child, when...
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April 19, 2017

Follow Old North Bridge and Battle Monument     “The Old North Bridge spans the Concord River at the battle ground. Originally it was a wooden structure and of recent years a concrete bridge was erected patterned after the old one.”   A visit to the Minute Man National Historic Park is...
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