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Balance

Everyone around here is reeling from their tax assessment statements that just came in the mail. The increase is ridiculous. There is no way on this green earth that my house increased in value by over a hundred thousand dollars … Continue reading

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The Dame

The burning of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral made for a very sad day. When I saw the spire topple, my breath stopped. My sadness was the same I feel when anything beautiful is broken, defaced, or left to ruin. … Continue reading

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The Whole

Alexander Humboldt’s theory of everything being connected in our planet came home to me as I thought about how my foot has affected the rest of my body’s well being. In the late 1700s and early 1800s, he recorded the … Continue reading

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Blizzard Warning

Was it the change in weather, from warm and humid to cold and dry that brought on this dreadful cold I now have? Or possibly being inside a germ-tube airplane with hundreds of other people for several hours. I’ve made … Continue reading

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SnowBird

There is an oxymoronic twist to attaining the age of sixty-five. A person is then eligible for Medicare, which greatly reduces the monthly health insurance expenses – WONDERFUL – but it also means you are NOW sixty-five! Yikes. It’s a … Continue reading

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My Girls

From the response I’ve received, I can tell my readers are enjoying my sister Penny’s art, so for the time being, I will continue to share her work. The one pictured below is one of the earliest drawings we have … Continue reading

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A Stranger in My Home

The list of things I need and want to do keeps getting longer and I am functioning at ‘molasses in January’ speed. This isn’t working out. I have a bathroom project, taxes, writing, yard work, a book project for my … Continue reading

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