Monthly Archives: November 2015

FOMO

FOMO Ever hear of it? It stands for Fear Of Missing Out. This phenomenon is directly related to FaceBook and Smart Phones, Instagram and Tweets and can infect anyone, though youth seem more susceptible. Although at its most basic, it … Continue reading

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Gratitude 2015

Gratitude 2015 Gratitude today is practically a buzz word. The practice of it is guaranteed to improve your state of mind, your relationships, even your finances. My first grade teacher (1944-45) was way ahead of the curve in instilling gratitude … Continue reading

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Baking

Baking While on the subject of recipes, I’ve been thinking about cooking in general . In 8th grade, Miss McKeague did try to teach us cooking basics. The part I remember best is that every cooking implement had to be … Continue reading

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Recipes

Recipes If you looked at the hundreds of recipes I’ve clipped from newspapers and magazines, you’d think I liked to cook. Not really. Or only sometimes. But I do enjoy reading recipes, imagining that I am preparing them and enjoying … Continue reading

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WHO

WHO Thirty-one years ago I had my last cigarette. But give up bacon – especially extra crispy? Give up hot dogs? WHO, what are you doing to me? Family history has it that even before I could talk or eat … Continue reading

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