Monthly Archives: November 2013

MY DAY: Where were you when…

This seems to be a day of “Where were you when you learned of President Kennedy’s assassination?” On THE TODAY SHOW, they were discussing other moments of “Where were you when…?” KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: I was one month away from conception; … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Grant Nature Park with Marcus & Maggie

8:30 AM Wednesday morning, Marcus & Maggie arrived for a fun adventure.  After allowing the dogs some indoor play-time, we loaded them into the van and aimed a few miles South to Grant Nature Park. As we unloaded the dogs … Continue reading

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MY DAY: The Joys of Life

On Facebook, folks are listing items for which they are grateful during this month of Thanksgiving. While all the sons were living at home, I stressed the importance of finding something for which we should be grateful, each day. On … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Disney’s HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL

Tonight, for the very first time, I got to see Disney’s High School Musical. It was absolutely delightful! Back in September, one of my friends from Ball State University, Tim Siefker, told me his son, Mitchell, 16, would be starring … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Big Momma Hollers… a new post

I’ve never met Cindy Bodie, but some days, her posts make her feel like my best friend!  Cindy, like my friend and former adoption worker, Patricia Hill, gets the adoption issues that so many adoptive parents know so well.  The … Continue reading

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MY DAY: First Ladies’ Museum

National First Ladies’ Library E-news NFLL InTouch November, 2013 Visit Our Gift Shop Carl Anthony’s biography of Ida Saxton McKinley NOW AVAILABLE!!! $35.00 Click here for Link . . . Call: 330-452-0876 Ext 320 for details and ordering instructions Happy … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Feeling Useful

Once upon a time I felt useful. In the days before adopting my sons, I always seemed to be needed. I was always busy with teaching, directing, and conducting, and always found time to be of service to others. Quite … Continue reading

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