Signs of the Times

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There is so much junk on mainstream television that I rarely watch it. Ron kind of hogs the tv anyway, watching as the American Pickers continue to unearth rusty motorcycle parts from weed-choked lots outside the barns of unsuspecting collectors, … Continued

Gifts of the Season

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As you know, I have had a struggle with the Black Mt. Police Department this year. When I was the victim of a hit-and-almost-run accident outside the store, a local policeman arrived on the scene and treated me as if … Continued

Party time at Chifferobe

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  Here is some more neurotic information about me: When I give a party, I am always scared no one will show up. The first time I gave a party as a grown up, I was living in the east … Continued

New Chapters

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My new photographer is taking a break I guess. So it’s back to my poor photographs. I really fail in this and other categories. (Math skills??) Abby loves to remind me of the photos I took when I went to … Continued

Slouching towards Bethlehem

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To cheer me up last night, Ron turned on a rerun of an X-Files episode from the early years when I was an X-Files junkie. In this episode Mulder and Scully happen upon the body of a Russian seaman who … Continued

Addicted to Adrenalin

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My two sons are adrenalin junkies. Both have coped with ADD and both are fabulous, successful human beings, but they need that rush that adrenalin provides. Seth is an amazing skier who loves to plummet full speed ahead down double … Continued

It’s a Riot

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“I am cognizant of the interrelatedness of all communities and states…. Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects … Continued

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