Monthly Archives: May 2015

Great Words

Great Words If you would like to improve your vocabulary, it would behoove you to pay attention to unfamiliar words. Write them down, look them up, then write down the meaning. My uncle, my Uncle Sam, had an extensive vocabulary, … Continue reading

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May 18th

This is May 18, 2015, and 157 years ago my maternal grandmother was born in Gagetown, New Brunswick , Canada. I want to pay tribute to this woman even though I know so little about her. But thanks to my … Continue reading

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R.I.P.

R.I.P. Maybe you saw this article in your local paper, but in case you didn’t, I must share it. From Jim Fitzgerald via Associate press: Touching, Funny, and Strange Messages in Obituaries Requests from the dead: “Make sure you don’t … Continue reading

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Memories

Memories “Reset your memories every ten years.” Alexandra Fuller in “Leaving Before the Rains Come.” What a great idea! What that process might mean and how to accomplish it have been whirring around in my mind since reading it. I … Continue reading

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