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Posts tagged pandemic

March about to march in

March about to march in

Funny how significant events in our lives are lodged somewhere in our skulls then surface when mentioned. For example, I can recall to the hour where I was, who I was with etc. on the day President Kennedy was shot, the horrors of 9/11, and the day of the circus ship fire in Yarmouth. (I […]

Writing Life 1

I just started a new category called Writing Life. If writing is in your realm of interests, yay! Read on. If not, I hope you read this anyway—and consider writing. Everyone has a story. Mine, today, is this: Mama always said that she felt closest to God when she was picking blueberries. Thinking about this […]

Spring

Spring

Columnist Doug Larson once said, “Spring is when you feel like whistling, even with a shoe full of slush.” As I look outside, I see parts of the ground covered in that white, wet stuff. Yeah. Slush. And it’s almost April. But I still feel like whistling! I’ve actually been practicing my whistle. Sounds corny, […]

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