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  • Age Related
    on Apr 25, 2013
    Another birthday, another year, so goes the cycle, can't stop it, so why dwell on it? A recent media poll reports, the majority of Americans, forty and over, at not focusing or planning for long term health care.  Why?  Many report, they do...
  • Oh What to Watch?
    on Feb 21, 2013
    Although recent television broadcast have been less than thought provoking and offer little or no stimulation  for the brain, I do enjoy creative writing and frantically surf through the multitude of channels searching for "the Holy Grail" of en...
  • All This From the Super Bowl?
    on Feb 4, 2013
    Super Bowl Sunday, in all its glory has once again been laid to rest.  Hype leading up to this year's  big game, pretty much status quo with one exception.  A recent news broadcast,  from one of the big three networks, asked a ver...
  • Aging....Can't Stop It ..So Enjoy!
    on Jan 28, 2013
    Somebody once mentioned that age, numerical that is, didn't bother them.  But as the sixtieth occurred they said, with a touch of dry cynicism and a bit of melancholy, "this one hurts!"  On the flip side, a young woman began sobbing, dabbin...
  • Random Environmental Thoughts
    on Jan 18, 2013
    With constant bombardment by the media, social networks, environmentalists and the many others jumping on the environmental bandwagon, a lackadaisical approach towards reducing our carbon footprint is considered unacceptable. My first thought is: and...
  • A Testimonial in Belonging
    on Jan 7, 2013
    January always signals the final arrival of the annual mass migration of snowbirds to their winter nests.  For the most part they are a welcome addition to this southern land, pumping millions of dollars into our economy.  Fo...
  • It's Just a Cold, for Goodness Sake!
    on Jan 6, 2013
    Symptoms of the common cold may include cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, and sneezing. More than 200 different types of viruses are known to cause the common cold, with rhinovirus causing approximately one third of all adult colds. F...
  • Writer's Block...Unplugged
    on Jan 2, 2013
    Our ability to search the web for God knows what, is a mere lesson of sizable proportions, probably becoming more understandable when compared to something along the lines of Carl Sagan's "infinite possibilities."   Remembering a convers...
  • Ring in the New!
    on Dec 31, 2012
    Getting ready to ring in the New Year, naturally one would think, resolution time! Not so much, been there done that, it's just not for me! Sure I want to start off the new year on a positive note, although I don't believe I ended the old with even t...
  • 'Tis the Season, time to Say...Bye!
    on Dec 30, 2012
     Two forty five in the early morning hours, wide awake and it is my day off.  Never could understand why this happens.  On days I HAVE to arise, this NEVER happens!  With a full moon aglow, navigating the darkened rooms, easy. &nb...
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