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How the cars have changed

September 27, 2014 When I wrote about learning to drive it also brought back memories of the cars of that era and before. The first car I remember my family having was a blue Buick. It was probably a late 1940s model. more »»

Metamorphosis isn’t death

September 27, 2014 Samuel Longhorn Clemens, known to most of us as Mark Twain, submitted a correction to a story that appeared in the New York Journal on or about June 1, 1897. more »»

Have a little faith

September 27, 2014 I’ve heard that statement used so many ways. When the fishing isn’t particularly good in the morning it’s: “Have a little faith, they’ll bite later. more »»

Out with summer, in with winter footwear

September 13, 2014 My feet are already rebelling. They know that cold weather is fast approaching and they will have to be enclosed in toed shoes. more »»

Out with summer, in with winter footwear

September 13, 2014 My feet are already rebelling. They know that cold weather is fast approaching and they will have to be enclosed in toed shoe. more »»

Who cares! and Who cares?

September 13, 2014 Language is fun to play with. Those two identical phrases can carry completely different meanings. Usually it’s voice inflection indicated by the punctuation that can make them so different. more »»

Who cares! and Who cares?

September 13, 2014 Language is fun to play with. Those two identical phrases can carry completely different meanings. Usually it’s voice inflection indicated by the punctuation that can make them so different. more »»

Spooky Eeky

September 13, 2014 When William is excited, he talks fast. When he’s VERY excited, his words run past you at a blinding clip. more »»

The long goodbye

September 13, 2014 To say that Alzheimer’s Disease is insidious doesn’t sufficiently impart its stealthy treachery. It is invisible. more »»

Stamps for shoes

August 30, 2014 When my neighbor and I got to talking about first cameras I realized that I had a whole lot of memories associated not only with my first camera, but shoes of the era. more »»

The end of summer

August 30, 2014 When does summer end? A quick consult to the indispensable Old Farmer’s Almanac tells me right down to the minute. A precise answer no doubt, but it doesn’t sit right with me. more »»

The “Rag Man”

August 23, 2014 Do any of you remember “the rag man”? When I lived with my grandmother I remember gathering up newspapers and rags and putting them aside. more »»

Gathering of the Clan

August 23, 2014 Thirty years had passed since the last Smith family reunion. more »»

Kayak like an Egyptian

August 23, 2014 The Y’s Tango Adventure Race was held a few weeks ago and Penny and I were in the Rimrock parking lot awaiting instructions for manning a checkpoint on the wild and crazy event’s orienteering segment. more »»

Watching movies

August 16, 2014 Oh, how watching movies has changed through the years. Today we can call up a movie on demand as fast as it hits the theaters. more »»

Pay it forward

August 16, 2014 We came by our latest house in a very peculiar way. The owner had noticed Tim walking up and down the street between rentals. more »»

Woodchucks and moodswings

August 16, 2014 Take a look out the window. How many shades of green do you see? I see grass, weeds, brush, leaves, cornfields…. If I could even begin to count the shades, there would many, many thousand. more »»

An apology from the Crary Art Gallery

August 16, 2014 To the citizens of the City of Warren and surrounding communities, we offer our sincere apology. A year ago, the Crary Art Gallery erected a sign near the entrance to the Gallery’s building. more »»

Walking down Memory Lane

August 9, 2014 For all of us “Memory Lane” has many facets. Just exactly how young we begin to remember is a good question. If there are photographs of a certain time period I think that stirs memorie. more »»

The Travel Bug

August 9, 2014 Of all the bugs I’ve known – from ants to aphids or fleas to fruit flies, I like my travel bug the best. I think I was bitten by my mother’s personal travel bug – she was the carrier. more »»

 
 

 

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