Monthly Archives: December 2018

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: “Snoopy’s Christmas”

This morning, my cousin Dana posted that she finally got to hear one of her favorite Christmas songs, “Snoopy’s Christmas” also known as “Snoopy vs The Red Baron.” I always forget about this song. As a little boy, I had … Continue reading

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Darren Paquin

Darren Paquin was my senior year high school advanced composition teacher.  I learned an incredible amount from this great teacher and lady and still, today, no project, small or large, begins until I’ve fully outlined the project as she instructed … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Second day…

Yesterday was a fantastic day of finally getting out of the house and exploring some seasonal concerts with my neighbor lady and her friend from Belgium. 10:00 AM we listened to an hour or more of the Carillon Brass from … Continue reading

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O, FOR HISTORY: Lynda Johnson Robb

It was a tender moment as Lynda Johnson Robb, daughter of President Lyndon Johnson and First Lady Ladybird Johnson, paused for a moment at the State Funeral in the Capital Building’s rotunda, and shed some tears. It was a beautiful … Continue reading

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MIAGD: President George Herbert Walker Bush

MIAGD: Make it a great day When George Herbert Walker Bush was inaugurated in 1989, it was the 200th inaugural anniversary of another George’s inauguration: George Washington was inaugurated in April 1789. GHWBush would also share a common bond with … Continue reading

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