Monthly Archives: November 2011

Picture this

Photographs.  What would the world be like without photographs? Since the rudimentary beginnings in the 16th century to the in-your-face every moment digital wizardry think how much has come to be and for the most part is taken for granted. … Continue reading

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Tenacious

The inner clock.  I find it strange that I can set my clock for 7:00 a.m. and wake at 6:55a.m.  I know that other people do this too.  My dogs come to me at 2:45 p.m.  looking at me, the … Continue reading

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Live Simply

There is light on the horizon at 7:00 a.m. now .  The dogs shift and whine in their kennels restless to be let out for the morning.  I feel like I have overslept. My daughter and her husband (I am … Continue reading

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Exclusivity

Exclusivity.  We are in  a world of exclusivity.  History is scarred with it and its ramifications.  Wars are fought because of it.  It occurs under other names like prejudice or in groups it can be seen as ethnic cleansing.  Evidence … Continue reading

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Blazing Trails

You only be around the people you love for so long before you need a break.  There is a reason that absence makes the heart grow fonder, and that familiarity breeds contempt.  I can see the signs that I am … Continue reading

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Wedded Bliss

The newlyweds are now back at our house after their relaxing days at the spa and resort where they spent the first part of their honeymoon.  I hope the honeymoon lasts for years.  The wedding was beautiful in many ways.  … Continue reading

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Click

The newscasters last night on our local channel reminded everyone that daylight savings time ends this coming weekend.  One of the comments was ” the days will be so short!” Where have they been for the past month?  The angle … Continue reading

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