Monthly Archives: December 2005

Friday's Adventures – Aquarium & Peterloon

We rose early Friday morning and headed south towards Cincinnati. As we pulled around the corner to Newport on the Levee (a wonderful shopping plaza, parking garage and aquarium) Jonathan kept saying, “Go up the elevator, go up the elevator.” … Continue reading

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Those We Remember… 2005

The one thing that always chokes me up is during the end of the year when television programs list those who passed away during the year. The academy awards always takes a moment to honor those who died, and although … Continue reading

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The Future…

My friend Jason came over last night around 9:30pm to bring me a post-Christmas gift, a tin of his famous fudge – chocolate, peanut butter and butterscotch. He returned Sunday night from his family’s residence in Cincinnati and indicated on … Continue reading

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Wednesday's Adventures

We left Elwood at 9:00am and arrived in Kettering right at 11:20am. The boys unpacked all their clothes and had lunch while I set up my new camera and docking station. I love taking photographs and took the boys over … Continue reading

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Jonathan's Birthday

Here are some photos of those attending Jonathan’s birthday party. My sister, Dena, and my great-aunt, Norma My nephew, Andrew, and Aunt Norma My younger brother, Destin, and Dad Aunt Norma, her son Wally (Gary), Dena and Mother My youngest … Continue reading

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Unka Baron

Here are some excerpts from my journal, 8 years ago… December 23 – woke early, did laundry, cleaned the townhouse, taught several lessons, went to Normandy Church [where I was director of music] to rehearse choir and Christmas eve performers; … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve & Christmas, 2005

In many ways, I am glad this portion of the holiday season is over. I am always amazed to hear the stress in the voices of others as they prepare for this season. I hear how others agonize over shopping … Continue reading

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