Monthly Archives: July 2016

Wandering Wi-Fi

My partner has amazed me by learning how to stay connected to his Greek heritage while living here with me in the United States. His “secret weapon” has been his iPad which is connected to Wi-Fi. He has been very … Continue reading

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My In-Laws Made an Out-Law Out of Me (Repeat)

My brother, who lives with his family in central Georgia,¬†is the writer in the family. He has published¬†memoirs about our family and his life. One of the cleverest stories he has ever written concerns the family cat, Fluff. It was … Continue reading

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Just About Aida

Do you work crossword puzzles? It is a great boredom breaker as well as allegedly an Alzheimer’s delayer. I have several books of puzzles and, in the past, worked every week on the New York Times Sunday puzzle. They are … Continue reading

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Two Different Ice Skating Parties

My granddaughter, Carli, had her 9th birthday recently. She is taking lessons to become a figure skater so the logical birthday party was ice skating at the local ice skating rink. Since she lives in Nashville, and I live in … Continue reading

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Words Count

I probably spent too much time this week watching the Republican convention in Cleveland, OH. I am fascinated with our politics and will probably spend an equal amount of time next week watching the Democratic convention. I have admitted to … Continue reading

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A Perfect Resolution

There’s nothing more welcoming on a hot summer day than an invitation to enjoy a swim in a friend’s pool. Our friend, Kevin, is wonderful about inviting us down to Sarasota for lunch at Taco Bell followed by a refreshing … Continue reading

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Stormy-Wetter

This is the time of year when I thrill when the local meteorologists declare a week of 60% rain chances with afternoon and evening thunder showers. I cringe when the same meteorologists declare that we are in a dry pattern … Continue reading

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