Paring

It's May and we have plants in the garden (celery and cabbage) and we have a frost advisory for tonight. As if this year hasn’t thrown enough at us already,…

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Lost In the Numbers

There is loss in life – we all know that – it is inevitable. We lose pets, things/possessions, friends, and at some point – even our parents. At times we…

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Peeking Outside…

Much as spring is shaking off the last dust of winter, the country is beginning to shed the shackles brought by this virus and many are beginning to timidly stick…

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Finding Your Balance

The path to enlightenment; Buddhism teaches the eight-step path while others have boiled it down to a more refined path. I once read that true enlightenment is equilibrium in thought,…

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Red and Blue Make Purple

In all my years, I have never found truthful and factual information so difficult to come by than of late. I would say that I am a conservative by nature…

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Out of Control

The pendulum of uncertainty and conjecture continues to trace an erratic and unpredictable path through our lives with this virus. Wear gloves, don’t wear gloves; don’t wear a mask, wear…

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Gotta’ Match?

Here is my latest report on my great advice to keep scrolling, not read inflammatory posts on Facebook, and if you do by accident – don’t comment and move on.…

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So This Was Easter…

Easter was….different. No Easter breakfast, no egg coloring, no egg hunt, no contact. I did order a bunch of things and made up something for my wife, kids, and grandkids.…

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What Time Is It Anyway?

The endless days of confinement continue and are beginning to run together. I am thankful my watch has a day and date function so when I am unsure if it…

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Turn to the Soft Side

I am torn, dear reader; I want to offer something constructive or useful, especially given how many folks are stuck at home and are bored. Yet here I sit as…

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