Monthly Archives: April 2021

MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: April 21, (20)21 – Snow Day

April 21, 1945, seventy-six years ago, my grandparents brought my mother home from the hospital in a blizzard. I’m not surprised. The social media posts are exploding over the snow we received here in the Midwest. Some are claiming it’s … Continue reading

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MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Trust the gut

I’ve always trusted my gut reactions, even as a child, and more often than not, the gut instinct has proven true. I did not write this article but it coincided with a the photograph I posted yesterday. “Trusting Your Gut” … Continue reading

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MY DAY: My Sanctuary

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MY DAY: What a Tuesday

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MY DAY: Over 5000 steps

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MY DAY: And then the rain…

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MY DAY: An Oscar Hammerstein kind of evening

Oscar Hammerstein II, would have an absolute field day describing the scene I am so enjoying this evening. There’s no corn growing, no elephants wandering by, no daisies in May, no blueberry pies, no willows in a windstorm, no kites … Continue reading

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MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Time off

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MY DAY: A perfect day

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THE FAMILY ALBUM: Erma

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MY DAY: A not-so-normal Tuesday

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MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: post Spring break

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THE FAMLY ALBUM: Visiting Plains Georgia

Plains, Georgia; 1977. We were on our way to West Palm Beach, Florida to visit my Aunt Joyce, and cousins, Kim and Debbie. We stopped to visit President Jimmy Carter‘s hometown. Mother went inside one of the stores to get … Continue reading

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MY DAY: Animatronic Lincoln & The Ten Commandments (1956 film): A mother’s love

I first watched Cecil B. DeMille’s 1956 film, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS, in late January 1973 at the Elwood Movie Theater with my mother and neighbor/classmate, Debbie Poynter, 48 years ago. The previous August 1972, Mother, who was already several months … Continue reading

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MY DAY: A nice surprise

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MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: Easter weekend, 2021

It’s still a bit chilly but we’ve a brilliant blue sky exploding over The Miami Valley and an energy can be felt running through everything despite I’ve four dogs scattered all about me, napping. Tonight, I’ll walk over to the … Continue reading

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MAKE IT A GREAT DAY: 32° on April 1st

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