Monthly Archives: August 2015

Shadowboxing

While most people equate sun with fun, I prefer overcast.  This is not a mood disorder, for I radiate a sunny disposition.  Rather, this is a matter of perception.  A good, solid overcast removes glare from daylight and softens shadows … Continue reading

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If We Never Meet Again

Hi Dave, Happy Birthday to you!  Seventy, you say?  Yikes!  And me turning 65.  Time flies whether you’re having fun or not.  Speaking of time, can you believe it’s been five years since we were at The Seeing Eye together, … Continue reading

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Can You Hear Me Now?

My mother is 93 years old.  I’d say she wears it well, to which she adds, “Considering the alternative.” Last Monday, she got hearing aids.  I called her throughout the big day.  She finally answered the phone around bedtime. “Good … Continue reading

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