Tag Archives: memories

Here We Go Again

Can you believe that 2018 is all but gone? I had my 80th birthday in March. MiraLax became an item I searched for when I ordered my over-the-counter medicines from my health care provider: Humana. Downtown Auto, the auto repair … Continue reading

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History

Every morning, I get up and read in my journals. I read each time that I wrote on this particular day. Since I have been keeping a diary since 1954, I have quite a few entries to read each morning. … 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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My Life and Times

In 1954, I began writing in my journal. I did my writing mostly using cursive. As the years passed and I headed to college, I took a speech course and wrote some of my journal entries¬†using the phonetic alphabet. During … Continue reading

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A Unique Friendship

On March 25, 2009, I lost a very good friend–Bea Lewis. Bea became a housekeeper and a friend in my home. She was one of a kind. I remember that she used to bring me a breakfast sandwich every time … Continue reading

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The Survivors

When Dimitris and I were in Hawaii, the most awesome place we visited was the Pearl Harbor site where the Arizona Memorial is located. The memorial itself is beautifully crafted but the breathtaking moment was standing inside the memorial and … Continue reading

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Tear Off Another Page

2016 began and ended with politics. The election of Donald Trump was a bitter pill for Democrats, and the race saw lower than acceptable campaigning tactics. The unemployment rate continued to fall although economists always seemed to have a “yes, … Continue reading

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