Monthly Archives: May 2017

Share Everything…

Dear Reader: In Robert Fulghum’s best-selling book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten┬áhe starts the list with the most important lesson: SHARE EVERYTHING!!!! If we had to choose just one word that sums up the cause … Continue reading

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Those Special Rays of Light Connecting Us to the Universe

Dear Reader: Before Tommy and Kaitlyn left Dublin, their first stop, you might remember they went to St. Patrick’s Cathedral where Tommy left a note for Uncle Ben…(loved ones affected by war.) Before they entered the cathedral they looked up … Continue reading

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Babysitting the Garden

Dear Reader: The Ya’s are off today for our annual summer retreat…this year celebrating Brooke’s and Libby’s birthdays…the “Half and Half” Celebration! (Brooke’s birthday was at the end of April and Libby’s at the beginning of June…so the middle of … Continue reading

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Mother and ‘The Little Match Girl’

Dear Reader: Happy Mother’s Day! Thursday night I was lucky enough to turn to PBS at eight o’clock…just in time to see a documentary by Stephen Edwards, famous composer and musician, who decided to undertake the daunting task of writing … Continue reading

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Admiral Nelson Gives Us Another Expression!

Dear Reader: Poor Horation Nelson…as if literally ending up “in a perpetual pickle” wasn’t enough to remember him by…another popular expression derives directly from this gentleman, too, which might have later (indirectly) caused his death….another problem that lead to “ending … Continue reading

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Be Like a Tree: Always Growing and Always Grounded

Dear Reader: I remember the first time I went to the circus and saw the high wire trapeze artists … I was terrified …they didn’t have a safety net under them and I kept my eyes closed through most of … Continue reading

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Getting Oneself “In a Pickle”

* Dear Reader: Yesterday Anne invited me for lunch and to come see my “grand” niece, Nala. She has grown so much I hardly recognized her… but she was a little “under the weather” after just coming off some antibiotics… … Continue reading

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