Monthly Archives: February 2013

Bucket Lists…

When the movie, THE BUCKET LIST, came out in 2007, the title worked its way into our vernacular.  One friend, an art teacher nearing retirement, will comment on various photos I post on Facebook that she is adding another item … Continue reading

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Winding down…

The Haasienda is winding down from a not-so-busy weekend. FRIDAY Quintin’s friend David spent Thursday night Made blueberry pancakes Read-researched Watched some documentaries Dined with Brian & Joanie Pollock On-going training at ACTION Adoption Services SATRUDAY Read Napped Wrote Watched … Continue reading

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Gearing Up For The Weekend…

This week has been relatively quiet, even mundane.  I completed a good deal of writing, and research, created more meals in the crock pot, taught three new students, and watched several movies with Quintin. Tonight, we will see one of … Continue reading

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Blonde Guy Jokes…

BLONDE MEN JOKES A friend told a blonde man: “Christmas is on a Friday this year.”  The blonde man then said, “Let’s hope it’s not the 13th.” ————————————————————- Two blonde men find three grenades, and they decide to take them … Continue reading

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A Most Satisfying Day…

It is 2:20am, Saturday morning. I woke Friday morning at 6:00am, only to discover Flyer, who had gotten into the kibble food bin the previous night, had urinated all over my study’s area rug due to her diabetes.  At 7:30am, … Continue reading

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Wright State presents 1913: THE GREAT DAYTON FLOOD

Next month, Dayton will celebrate the centennial of the greatest natural disaster to hit Ohio – the great Dayton flood of 1913.  I’ve read the stories.  I’ve watched documentaries.  I’ve looked through countless pictures.  I’ve walked along downtown streets to … Continue reading

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The Knit Jumper…

At Washington Elementary School, Roger Smith and I were the only ones in our class who did not have any siblings.  In first grade, Roger became a big brother. That left only me with a single sibling. The summer of … Continue reading

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