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A Reminder from a Poem

John Milton expressed well the attitudes we should employ in our days.  When everyone does his responsibility and allows God’s sovereign judgments, we don’t need recognition.  165 more words

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A Sticker

This week our nation had an election as it does every two years to fill the seats of the House of Representatives and half the Senate.  300 more words

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The Roar of the Crowd

If you have been reading this weblog for very long, you already know that I love baseball.   The team I have followed since I was a ten-year old girl, the Atlanta Braves (then the Milwaukee Braves) happen to be in the season play-offs this year.  341 more words

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the kindness of strangers

Yesterday, as I drove from New York to Pennsylvania to join my book group friends for a retreat, I listened to the podcast Guys We Fucked: The Anti-Slut Shaming Podcast… 2,153 more words

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Bugs and worms: Doodle

The granddaughter that lives closest to me (a mere six blocks) has been spending Friday afternoons with me now since she was about three and a half years old.  472 more words

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Lesson froman Old Vacuum Cleaner

“Nana, how old is this vacuum cleaner anyhow?” asked my grandson who had come to get me out of my muddled mess.

“I’d guess about 15 years at least.  320 more words

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The POW

There is a book lying on my bedside table waiting to be read.  My Prison Without Bars, by Pete Rose, an American baseball player with records that are yet unbroken.  439 more words

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