Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Sunlit Tree


I am not a point A to point B person, but what right brained artist is? Yet, making a work of art requires planning and structure, just as building a house requires plans, or both will fall apart before very … Continue reading

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Travel Theme: Hidden


Originally posted on retireediary:
Ailsa’s Travel theme this week is Hidden. Woke up early in the morning, I stumbled onto the top deck of our ship that was cruising up the Three Gorges section of the Yangtze River and, as…

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THE BEST THING SINCE SLICED BREAD


Balloon bread: this was our childhood name for Wonder Bread back in the 50’s. Today it has the name because it is so light and fluffy, it might float away, but then we named it for the red, yellow and … Continue reading

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A BUTTERFLY IN THE HAND OF GOD


My usual walking route takes me from the local YMCA around the Mercy Hospital and Physicians Buildings until I make the mile and a half loop back to the gym. I take this walk on the days it’s not too … Continue reading

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The Last Tower


Today is the first day of September: my how time flies when you’re having fun! Twelve years have passed since Mom died, and nearly fifty since she made me that cheerful zigzag afghan to take off to my freshman year … Continue reading

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