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Grannus Musings-February

Grannus Musings book club met to discuss “A Moveable Feast” by Ernest Hemingway. This book is a memoir of Hemingway’s time in Paris in the 1920’s, which he labels tauntingly as a mixture of fact and fiction. 225 more words

A Farewell to Arms and Quality Health Care

Sometimes movies are unfairly unsympathetic to people In Charge.

If you’ve ever been In Charge of something, you know what we mean. You’re working on a big project with an impossible deadline, when a crucial team member announces they’ve Met Someone and are moving away. 647 more words


Friday Feast - Food in Print, #6, 2016

It was sheer pleasure to walk the chilly Chicago streets with Ernest at my side, talking and talking, his cheeks flushed, his eyes beaming.  We went to a Greek restaurant on Jefferson Street where we had roasted lamb and a cucumber salad with lemon and olives.

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“you are so brave and quiet

i forget you are suffering.”

Ernest Hemingway



We’re set to get the debut of Playboy’s new non-nude format, and some readers are very curious as to what’s in store for them. When news first broke that Playboy was doing away with the nudity people thought it was a joke. 348 more words


3 Days, 3 Quotes: Day #3

Thanks again to A Bibliophile’s Obsession for tagging me!

This is my third and final day of quotes!

The Rules:

1.) Thank the person who nominated you… 36 more words