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Who Knows?

“You were right!”  If I had a dollar for every moment since moving into my freshman dorm that I had that thought about my mother, I could have a first-class vacation abroad every year.  360 more words

What I learned from Eli Wallach's death

Eli Wallach passed away on June 24th. He starred in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly as the infamous latter character, capturing the minds and hearts of many people with his borderline deranged performance which skirted on the alternate edges of humorous and homicidal, yet always remained endearing. 215 more words

Personal Musings

The Joy of a Ziggle

What is a ziggle you may ask? Only the most amazing toy ever. Hudson has one of these at daycare, and just loves it. So I found it online, got it shipped, and Hudson had one of the best days of his life. 603 more words

Theological Musings

Of Pills and Panic

It’s astonishing just how finely tuned our brains are–and how small changes in what goes into our brains can change so much about how and who we are. 575 more words


Under His Wings

This morning I booked my flight for a September visit with my son and his family in Italy.

Reading all the warnings and security alerts on the Air France website could have discouraged me from going, if I wasn’t so motivated to see my loved ones, especially my three beautiful Italian granddaughters. 98 more words

Personal Musings

Blast from the past - Prequel

Yesterday I posted one of my old contributions to Slice of SciFi, and today I post the prequel, or more accurately the precontribution leading to… 1,646 more words

Writing Stuff

Rediscovering Digha - The Brighton of the East

Digha is West Bengal’s most popular sea resort and tourist spot located south west of Calcutta. Often known as the ‘Brighton of the East’ – Digha is best for a small weekend trip. 415 more words

Personal Musings