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December 1, 2016

Follow This Was the Year It has been quite a year; it began and ended with trips to North Carolina, a state which has had a rather historical year of its own, but that is not the history I will dwell on here. As 2016 draws to a close, I feel compelled to spend...
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November 1, 2016

Follow An Editorial     In New England, it seems that there is an unwritten law, which states that political yard signs must be well contained until after Labor Day, then suddenly all bets are off! Driving by public places festooned with placards soliciting my vote, would normally give me a bit of a...
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October 1, 2016

Follow “Tell Them Mike Sent You”     Mike is a rather modest man, even though he is the Chief of Staff for the Governor of Hawaii, who in between his other duties, which I feel certain are very important, makes time to steer misguided tourist in the right direction, and even snap their picture,...
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September 1, 2016

Follow An Unexpected Tale I left Leona’s home feeling like a pyrotechnic display had been set off inside my brain; and I desperately wanted to share the dazzling spectacle with someone else. Kate had bore witness to the exchange, but as she was busy taping the whole affair; I do not think she was...
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August 1, 2016

Follow We’ll Always Have Paris “It was so nice to receive the note, from the Waldorf Astoria; it was a place where we spent so much time. Coming in from Baldwin, with Milton working on 5th Avenue and 48th Street, we would meet every Friday night at the Waldorf Astoria, after a cocktail, we...
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July 11, 2016

Follow Turn On the Light!     What can I do to help? Those six words have been spoken a great deal in my home, during the last ten days. It has been a hard week, in fact, I would say one of the hardest weeks we have known in a...
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July 1, 2016

Follow A History     There was a day in May, now many years passed, where I remember sitting in my senior seminar, at the university, reading, listening, and discussing my classmate’s dissertations – our last hurdle to graduation. There were comments about punctuation and grammar, the meaning of terms and...
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June 1, 2016

Follow A Kind Deed “You can’t see the forest for the trees.” I woke up to a kitchen perfumed by a perfect lilac, it was given to me by my neighbors, after having shared a delightful dinner; I was told repeatedly, to please pick as many flowers as I liked. I...
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Follow  Magnanimity Yesterday, as I was leaving the library, a little girl, about ten years old, must have taken note that my arms were bulging with books; she and her friend were in front of me, she walked over to the button, to open the doors automatically, and pressed it. I...
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April 1, 2016

Follow Once Blood Has Been Shed Words Can Change Nothing I happened to find myself near a Middle Eastern store, which of late, I infrequently shop in, due to its location; I decided to take advantage of the moment, and see if they might have a tea that I was looking...
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