Monthly Archives: February 2021

A ‘Wanna’ Be Summer Safari

Dear Reader: When I woke up yesterday it was already in the sixties and the weatherman was telling me it would hit the low eighties inland. My mind started spinning…so many things to do, places to go… where to start? … Continue reading

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The Confusing Half-Spirituality Size

Dear Reader: I broke down and went in Belk yesterday (with a double mask for good luck) because I was desperate for some pants that fit me again. Somehow during this pandemic…I have managed to lose some weight and I … Continue reading

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The Last Sound…The Last Kind of Wonderful

Dear Reader: I mentioned in the post yesterday that one of my lucky signs, a God Wink, came in the form of Louie Armstrong’s hit “It’s a Wonderful World” that I listened to on my way to my oncology appointment. … Continue reading

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DECIDE…

  Dear Reader: Every morning when we arise…the first decision of the day lies in wait until our full consciousness is awakened. We have one decision to make, as a contributing member of the human race, what kind of attitude … Continue reading

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Lowcountry Customs and Folklore

Dear Reader: It, still, makes me happy to see so much underbrush removed last week by Jeff, my lawn maintenance expert. For the first time, in a long time, people riding down the street can see the bottle tree in … Continue reading

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One Voice Can Change a Day

Dear Reader: You might remember a few years ago I shared with you some interesting facts about songs, music and communication…Theologian Quinn Caldwell shared these findings… “There are about 5,400 species that sing.¬† The majority live in the trees, a … Continue reading

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Back to the Future… Another Normalcy?

Dear Reader: I think Professor Emmett Brown (“Doc”) might have to add (these days) 2021 to his warning to Marty about not returning to those years…in “Back to the Future.” After I got better from the second vaccine I felt … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Some Old-Fashion Pandemic “PLUCK!”

Dear Reader: I had almost forgotten about this word, pluck, until a movie I was watching, a western film this weekend, featured an older cowhand telling a young boy to “pluck up” and do what was right for his family … Continue reading

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A “Bad” Contraction that Changed a Class of Children

Dear Reader: First of all….thank you for your well-wishes and shared second vaccine stories…it made me feel like “one of the pack.” Dr. Fauci even admitted he had chills with his second vaccine. He said that the more the reaction…the … Continue reading

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When I See Wildflowers…”I’m in Heaven”

Dear Reader: Quite honestly…yesterday was a blur! I just felt “achy-breaky” all over. Felt good when I left Publix after my second vaccine…and ate a good supper…fell asleep in the recliner and woke up around 10:30 P.M. to ¬†dizziness, thirsty … Continue reading

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