Monthly Archives: July 2017

I Never Walk Alone

I walked to our mailbox and back yesterday twice (two tenths of a mile per trip) – once with my rollator (a walker with wheels) and once with a quad cane (a cane with four prongs).  Other than being tired from exercise … Continue reading

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Navigating The Shallow Facebook Seas

I first met Danny at my friend Bob’s funeral last year.  Danny is Bob’s nephew and bears more than a passing resemblance to him both in appearance and demeanor.  We talked a bit, but funerals do not promote an atmosphere … Continue reading

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The Momentary Stewardship Of Gods And Daisies

Take your place on The Great Mandala As it moves through your brief moment of time. Win or lose now you must choose now And if you lose you’re only losing your life. Peter Yarrow, The Great Mandala Each May … Continue reading

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Old Friends

Old friends, memory brushes the same years, Silently sharing the same fears Paul Simon, Old Friends We talk a lot about illness now – ours, theirs, and others’.  But while the subject has become a conversational staple, we refuse to … Continue reading

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