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RENT A TEEN

A while ago, I realized it's time to de-handicap the bathroom. The VA, and you taxpayers, very kindly provided my Pat with the requiste rails, head and sinks necessary to live with ALS.   When we started the project, I think we were both worried he wouldn't live to...

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Too Darn Hot

Thanks to EVERYONE who came to the first Literary Event at our wonderful downtown Persnickety Books which happened to also be my first ever book signing.  I don't know if I was "glowing" (southern ladies glow you know, never sweat)  from nerves or heat, but either way...

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FACEBOOK REVIEWS or They’re not ALL relations….

"A great story told in a style reminiscent of Jan Karon, Miss Read and Alexander McCall Smith. It boasts a wonderful cast of characters, each worthy of their own tale...do I see a series??? This is a not a children’s book. It deals with real life issues without shying...

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well this is cool

UNESCO added 8, count 'em EIGHT, Frank Lloyd Wright buildings to the World Heritage List. I saw it in the paper this morning. Most exciting, but the paper didn't include photos or links so I'm doing that now....

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All Modes and Roads Lead to a HUGE Show

My family has always loved a good time and when we learned that Hugh Jackman's THE MAN, THE MUSIC, THE SHOW was coming to our hemisphere; had to plan a get together. Our variety of ages from, let us say, post-Medicare  to pre-middle school enrollment, determined other...

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What is This Strange Place?

One of the issues of being an older new singleton is getting out at night.  Pat and I went everywhere all the time; even after he was on life support. We saw Book of Mormon one sleety February afternoon at DPAC and attended many concerts in Chapel Hill and Greensboro,...

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Clean Floor=Fresh Start

Our church is nearing the end of our floor redo and I was instructed, by the senior warden, to go check out the beautiful rugs. Which I did. An empty church really brings home the phrase "sacred space" because without all the hoohah of the pews, paraments, Prayer...

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We Are Who We Are

I wached the most interesting documentary on Netflix the other day.  Twenty Feet From Stardom, https://twentyfeetfromstardom.com/, is about the backup singers  who performed on all the classics that we boomers and our children sang along with on those long...

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Memories of Dads past…or they’re never really gone

This pic was taken before Dad started taking us to NYC, where we attended big Broadway shows; Camelot and Hello Dolly as well as  the 1964 Worlds Fair in Queens.  Recently, I returned  with our daughter Anna and her son, Harry. On our approach into LaGuardia, we flew...

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RENT A TEEN

A while ago, I realized it's time to de-handicap the bathroom. The VA, and you taxpayers, very kindly provided my Pat with the requiste rails, head and sinks necessary to live with ALS.   When we started the project, I think we were both worried he wouldn't live to...

read more

Too Darn Hot

Thanks to EVERYONE who came to the first Literary Event at our wonderful downtown Persnickety Books which happened to also be my first ever book signing.  I don't know if I was "glowing" (southern ladies glow you know, never sweat)  from nerves or heat, but either way...

read more

FACEBOOK REVIEWS or They’re not ALL relations….

"A great story told in a style reminiscent of Jan Karon, Miss Read and Alexander McCall Smith. It boasts a wonderful cast of characters, each worthy of their own tale...do I see a series??? This is a not a children’s book. It deals with real life issues without shying...

read more

well this is cool

UNESCO added 8, count 'em EIGHT, Frank Lloyd Wright buildings to the World Heritage List. I saw it in the paper this morning. Most exciting, but the paper didn't include photos or links so I'm doing that now....

read more

All Modes and Roads Lead to a HUGE Show

My family has always loved a good time and when we learned that Hugh Jackman's THE MAN, THE MUSIC, THE SHOW was coming to our hemisphere; had to plan a get together. Our variety of ages from, let us say, post-Medicare  to pre-middle school enrollment, determined other...

read more

What is This Strange Place?

One of the issues of being an older new singleton is getting out at night.  Pat and I went everywhere all the time; even after he was on life support. We saw Book of Mormon one sleety February afternoon at DPAC and attended many concerts in Chapel Hill and Greensboro,...

read more

Clean Floor=Fresh Start

Our church is nearing the end of our floor redo and I was instructed, by the senior warden, to go check out the beautiful rugs. Which I did. An empty church really brings home the phrase "sacred space" because without all the hoohah of the pews, paraments, Prayer...

read more

We Are Who We Are

I wached the most interesting documentary on Netflix the other day.  Twenty Feet From Stardom, https://twentyfeetfromstardom.com/, is about the backup singers  who performed on all the classics that we boomers and our children sang along with on those long...

read more

Memories of Dads past…or they’re never really gone

This pic was taken before Dad started taking us to NYC, where we attended big Broadway shows; Camelot and Hello Dolly as well as  the 1964 Worlds Fair in Queens.  Recently, I returned  with our daughter Anna and her son, Harry. On our approach into LaGuardia, we flew...

read more