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Man walks into a bar

I walked into my tavern ‘the kings arms’ and stopped right at

the door when I saw her………. Sitting on a bar stool in polka… 250 more words

You Must Remember This ...

Judy and I both found ourselves humming “As Time Goes By” a great deal during this past weekend. The tune just popped into both our heads almost simultaneously. 188 more words


Drowning out the Noise

Sermon on Hosea 1:2-10 offered to the people of the Church of the Redeemer in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.

Casablanca, Michael Curtiz’ 1942 film about war and romance, may be the most quotable of all time. 1,249 more words


From The 17th Century Roof Space

Well, I got through sorting out all of the major furniture. Everything makes some “sense” now in the new house. All that remains are boxes here and there – and there are still quite a few. 227 more words


Liked the movie Bronson - usually Biopics are too thin for my taste, but this was skillfully done.

One of my favorite things about Casablanca is it is an efficiently told story without any mistakes, a little bit like a pitcher throwing a shutout with a few scattered hits (vs. 71 more words

First Taste of Morocco

Morocco is a country brimming with paradox. The serenity of Essaouira against the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh, the monotonous shades of clay walls against the vibrant carpets, the curious blend of modern and traditional way of lives, and also the indiscernible impression the country left us with.  580 more words