Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Sitter in the Midst

While in Greece, I received many stares from Greek citizens. No, I must admit that it was not my sex appeal. In fact, it was probably the opposite–it was my “old” appeal. When I had to sit–at bus stops, in … Continue reading

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The Return to “Tara”

[I wrote this blog as we were preparing to leave Athens, Greece,¬†in order to return to our home in St. Petersburg,¬†Florida.] After you’ve been away from home for more than five weeks as I have, a return reservation in hand … Continue reading

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Around the Corner

Every morning, I drink a bottle of water before heating up the water in my whistling tea kettle for my one and only cup of instant coffee for the day. When I hear from my computer room that the pot … Continue reading

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