Monthly Archives: January 2014

Beverage: Tea

My morning Irish Breakfast Tea

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Got My Mind Set On You: “A whole lot of precious time”

This is how we measure time–these are the clocks in my life.

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Forgotten: Apple

At the end of the harvest, a few apples are left on the trees in the orchard near our home.

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My Ding-a-Ling

One of the jingle bells that was inside the piƱata that my friend blew up with a cannon on New Years Eve.

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Toys: Checkers

Although the plastic make marks these are modern, checkers is a very old game. Last summer, when we went to Old Sturbridge Village (a re-created village from the New England of the 1830s) there was a checkers board on a … Continue reading

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Sentimental Journey: “Gonna make a sentimental journey to renew old memories

This is Wolfgang the Rabbit. He was my very first toy. My parents were newly weds, excited at finding out they were expecting their first baby, when they bought him. They’d grown up together in tough circumstances in New York … Continue reading

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Help Me Make It Through The Night

“It’s so sad to be alone…”

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14

The northeast corner of the New Your Times crossword puzzle was sticky. At one point, at lease I had gotten square #14.

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Numbers: Crunching numbers

Ok, if the Theme Police show up, I’ll have to plead guilty. I do not know if this guy was crunching numbers, but he looked like he might have been…and it’s the LAST of the 52 themes on the LAST … Continue reading

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