Monthly Archives: September 2019

MIAGD: On a rollercoaster

MIAGD: Make it a great day I’m confident, “this, too, shall pass.” I’ve always adjusted to “new normal,” and I shall adjust to this new normal as a progression and a part of life’s process. Life’s roller coaster has given … Continue reading

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MY DAY: The 6:03 PM telephone call

In 1983, I was at Ball State University on my first time away from home on my birthday and Mother started a tradition of calling me at the time I was born, 6:03 PM. Sometimes, she’d call as I was … Continue reading

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MY DAY: The delivery man, Dr. Robert Ulrey

Wednesday morning, September 23, 1964, Dr. Ulrey examined my mother who had begun labor pains a few hours before. “I don’t think the baby is ready to arrive within the next few hours, or even today, but I’m hoping it … Continue reading

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MY DAY: A nice Thursday evening

I’m waiting at the downtown Dayton bus terminal and the evening is absolutely splendid with the nice breeze flowing through the buildings and open arcade. Midweek hit like a drunk bat out of hell when we discovered a leak in … Continue reading

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MY DAY: My new normal in one month…

New Normal definition: What replaces the expected, usual, typical state after an event occurs. The new normal encourages one to deal with current situations rather than … It’s now been one month since Mother’s funeral and this new normal is slugging … Continue reading

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