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Pandemic Ponderings

To you this might seem a collection of spontaneous thoughts scribbled on various post-it notes, napkin corners, envelope flaps and receipts, but nope. There ARE those, but I am not bored enough yet to resort to that scavenger hunt. The … Continue reading

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So many clouds of dreariness Can fill one’s days with weariness, But the raindrops will fall; We can do nothing at all So wipe away the bleariness And give a friend a call. Two heads are better than one For … Continue reading

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Lamenting the Expanding Social Network

Ann Landers fostered a faithful following.  Her readers were of all ages, from all arenas of society,  all yearning for solutions or curious about others’ experiences. She offered  advice in compassionate, insightful pearls of paragraphs. The newspaper was her avenue … Continue reading

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