Monthly Archives: January 2014

Final words

Richard passed away nine years ago today.  We were together for 20 years but we had only seven weeks together after his diagnosis of stage-4 pancreatic cancer. Richard spent his final hours in the hospital emergency room and only a … Continue reading

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Never touch that switch

An interesting earworm for the month of January:

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Splashes of Color

Originally posted on Wind Against Current:
By Vladimir Brezina NYC’s Central Park, during yesterday’s snowstorm… (click on any photo to start slideshow)

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The posthumous Facebook profile

“Happy Birthday Mom!”  These words were posted last week on the Facebook page of one of my Facebook friends.  “Mom” passed away early in 2013.  Her children had not deactivated her Facebook account and were wishing Mom a happy birthday … Continue reading

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Doing the right thing

“Always do right. This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest.” Mark Twain — from “To the Young People’s Society,” Greenpoint Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn (February 16, 1901)

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Cats and boxes

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