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If Earl were here, he’d remind me that a month from today is Christmas. But he’s not. He’s in Chicago attending a funeral. The forty-four-year-old son of close friends died unexpectedly a week ago today.
In the usual scheme of
… finish reading Musings
Every day of the year probably has significance attached to it sometime in the world’s history. But if you’re interested in what happened on April 13, here are some examples.
In 837 A.D., there was the best view of Hailey’s
… finish reading This Day in History
Because I’m leaving for Boston in two days, I spent most of this afternoon at my beauty salon. Got my hair colored and my nails done. Felt pampered all the way.
At the same time, Press Secretary Sean Spicer fielded
… finish reading Sean Spicer
You’ve GOT to read this! Watch this to the end and you’ll cry! The best invention EVER!
These are teasers that have come across my radar lately. They’re everywhere.
The BEST improvement in history! Redbox on crack! (I didn’t
… finish reading The Age of Hyperbole
This blog is not about the line for a cocktail at a wedding or an awards banquet. It’s about those vertical lines in music that break it into measures.
You’re probably wondering how this blog came out of left field,
… finish reading Bar Lines
No that’s not a typo; I’m inventing a new word that means “taking a break to ponder what to do next.”
Three weeks ago the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years. It was euphoric. Two weeks
… finish reading Dorping Out
It’s been two days since the Chicago Cubs won the World Series after a 108 year drought. Chicago is going crazy, although in a good way; and today the parade winds through the city.
I’ve pondered what I could add
… finish reading Tenth Man
I don’t where the term “found time” derives from, but I learned it from a friend one day while we were mall walking. Turns out a meeting I had with someone got cancelled, which meant I had a couple extra
… finish reading Found Time
For years the first thing I did upon waking was visit my computer to see what had transpired over the night. Were there personnel problems at the company I worked for? Were there banking issues? Was someone trying to reach
… finish reading Off the Grid
Perhaps you don’t know, but I survived ovarian cancer. Which is part of the reason I wish October were not designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And this is my annual rant on the topic.
I have the greatest respect
… finish reading Breast Cancer Awareness Month Returns