Monthly Archives: May 2017

Favorite Books

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May 27, 2017

Follow Sitting By My Bedside     “One sure window into a person’s soul is his reading list.” ~ Mary B. W. Tabor ~   What are you reading?  Are you looking for your next great read?  Here is a look at what is sitting by my bedside, and which I am pleased to...
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Holiday’s

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May 26, 2017

Follow Memorial Day   One of the many things, which I appreciate in New England, is that Memorial Day is about stopping to reflect on those we have lost, in service to our nation; not about going out to look for bargains.  Take a few minutes, as this long weekend begins, and remember those...
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Food

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May 24, 2017

Follow Vegan Stuffed Bell Peppers     I do not think it is a secret, especially to his wife, that my favorite person in the world, to cook for, is Marcial. Both he and his son eat with gusto; Marcial is adventurous, in general, but also with food and is always willing to try...
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In the Wild!

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May 19, 2017

Follow Old Friends at Kentucky Downs   We were in Kentucky and Kate said she wanted to pet a horse; not always do wishes come true so easily, but on this day it was just that simple.     The first time we pulled off the I-65, in Franklin, Kentucky, was when we were...
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Public Square

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May 17, 2017

Follow Oklahoma City National Memorial     “We have come here to say to those who masterminded this cruel plot and those who executed it the spirit of this city and this nation will not be defeated.” ~ Reverend Billy Graham ~     “You are entering the area where the Alfred P. Murrah...
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Art

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May 14, 2017

Follow To love a painting is to feel that this presence is… not an object but a voice. ~ Andre Malraux ~    Mother and Child by Pierre-Auguste Renoir There are many works by Renoir titled Mother and Child, after all an ideal subject for an artist of such skill and talent, who was...
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Connected

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May 10, 2017

Follow  Digital Giant – Robert Noyce     Do you know that you are Connected to Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, and actually without them, none of us would be Connected, or at least not as quickly. There are the two people who are given credit for the integrated circuit, which would be the...
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Poet’s Corner

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May 10, 2017

Follow What Happens If     What happens if I fall into your eyes? What if, for just a second, I forget who we are and simply let go? What if there are no tomorrows to prepare for, and no plans to think about?   What happens if I fall into your arms? What...
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Perfect Post Cards – Picture and a Thousand Words

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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 we lived in...
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Did You Know?

Follow The End of an Era   I do not want to talk about the politics behind how animals are treated; trust me, I understand. A couple of weeks ago, Kate and I went to a wild animal refuge and lasted less than an hour, broken hearted at the small cages and confinements.  But...
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