Monthly Archives: November 2013

To Be Great Is To Be Misunderstood

Do you agree with that statement? Do you truly have to be misunderstood in order to achieve greatness? No, I didn’t think of that powerful axiom. Ralph Waldo Emerson did, and fortunately I was required to include this wonderful writer … Continue reading

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What Makes Me Thanks Full

On this Thanksgiving Day, 2013, I am in love. I am in love with my family, in love with my friends, in love with my church, in love with my neighbors, and I am especially in love with my partner … Continue reading

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Getting Skyped and Viberred

If you are not a computer user, you are probably baffled by hearing about some of your friends talking about skyping. They are making use of technology which appears to be “space age.” By downloading a free Skype program from … Continue reading

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I’m All Thumbs

Well, what it looks like and what it frequently isn’t may be different from what we think it is. I’m referring to thumbs, the part of our hands that separates us from most other primates. However, I’m not writing about … Continue reading

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Rose’s Five and Ten

I was born in 1938 so I spent my teenage years in the 50’s. Recently, I was chatting with a friend who was talking about someone who had bought his reading glasses at a Dollar Store. What memories that brought … Continue reading

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The Day Rhett Butler Died

Readers of the novel, Gone With The Wind, know that Rhett Butler did not die at the end of that famous book. In fact, he was busy telling Scarlett O’Hara, his irascible wife, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a … Continue reading

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Bi-Lingual?

I’m not nearly bi-lingual. I wish I were. The closest I come to being bi-lingual is that I almost always read two books at the same time. Friends ask me how I keep the stories and characters straight, and I … Continue reading

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