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a brief trip to St. Peter's

Yesterday I drove down to St. Peter’s, via Highway 4. I think I’ve gone that route maybe once or twice before. Being from Baddeck, I never really got much of a chance to drive it! 303 more words

Day To Day Life

Human relationship lottery...

More and more, our lives are dominated by the influence of others. This can happen consciously or unconsciously. Connections can also be intentional or unintentional. What are the benefits of shared personal experiences? 417 more words


Challenge Accepted

Joby is leaving. I am privileged in my life to count him as a friend. He and I have shared many adventures together. There have been many campfires, many hikes, many read aloud evenings, many concerts, many tours, many science experiments, and many conversations. 141 more words


Healthy Savannah Opens New Office at 1301 Lincoln Street

(SAVANNAH,GA) Healthy Savannah Inc. announces that they have relocated to a renovated office space at 1301 Lincoln Street, Unit A, in the historic downtown district of Savannah, GA. 490 more words


Who Will Remember You

I’ve been thinking about the number of “great” people that we’ve lost over the past few years, from Nelson Mandela, Shirley Temple, Casey Kasem, Ann Davis, Paul Walker, Joyce Brothers, Abigail Van Buren, and Maya Angelou just to name a few. 310 more words


Rodgers Neighborhood Basketball Declares Day of Peace

A sold-out Rodgers Neighborhood Basketball Classic featuring a Celebrity game. Wow!

Let’s face it. Columbus, Ohio is a basketball town–without a professional team. However, many of basketball’s greatest players have hailed from the streets and neighborhoods of Columbus or Ohio State University. 887 more words