Monthly Archives: March 2018

An Alarming Situation

Once, during my teaching career, I was hired to conduct a seminar for a group of teachers in a remote central Florida community. The little town was far off the “main track,” and I realized that I was going to … Continue reading

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Replacing a Computer Printer

Last October, I purchased a brand new Epson WF-3270 printer from Best Buy. I purchased it because my HP printer had stopped working. Prior to buying a new printer, I had contacted Best Buy asking for a recommendation where I … Continue reading

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The #1 Jelly Beans

I was introduced to Starburst jelly beans a couple of years ago. The jelly beans were sitting in a candy dish on the table where I was tutoring a student. I usually prefer chocolate candies so paid little attention to … Continue reading

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Handsome Stranger

On my way home from the YMCA one morning after doing my exercises on the stationary bike, I was nearly home when I spotted a handsome young man jogging near the avenue where I turn to go home. He was … Continue reading

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PWs

I don’t know about you, but I am weary of user names and passwords. When they first came into use, there were few rules, and many people used ABCD or 1234. Those primitive PWs didn’t last very long, and soon … Continue reading

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Octogenerian

According to the dictionary, a octogenerian is someone between the age of 80 and 89, I had not earned that label yesterday, but today, March 20, 2018, I can claim the title, having come into this world on March 20, … Continue reading

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Equal Distribution

When Dimitris and I met and began to be serious about each other, one of the first questions asked was “Do you cook?” The answer was neither of us do. Therefore, the burden of cooking fell to us both, each … Continue reading

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