Monthly Archives: September 2013

MY DAY: Starting a new week

There seems to be a huge difference the way we address things.  I almost typed: another new week.  It had the sense of complaining.  When I typed: starting a new week, that sounded far more positive! Saturday was a whirlwind. … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Sunday morning

Finally fell asleep by 2:00 AM. Saturday was a whirlwind of activity: 7:15 AM  walk with dogs 9:15 AM – 11:00 AM  hike through Grant Nature Park 11:30 AM  met friends: Diane Bently, Pat Hill & her grandsons at Oakwood … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Grant nature park

I’ve heard people mention Grant nature park ever since I moved here in 1990. However, today, 23 years later, I am finally at the park. The funny thing is, I’ve always lived within several miles of the park. The park … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Thursday night

The evening is warm.  Well, at least inside the house, it is warm.  It is, however, quite lovely outside on the deck. My teaching week is over.  And what a fantastic week of teaching it was! The writing continues. I’ve … Continue reading

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MY DAY: “Love Never Dies”

This afternoon, one of my students brought in “Love Never Dies” from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LOVE NEVER DIES – the sequel to his PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. I’d heard this song before, but paid it little attention.  Today, I truly heard … Continue reading

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