Oh No! It’s Santa Claus…

I know my journey is far down the road, and even though it may be shockingly late to admit, I will state outright: My relationship with Santa Claus always was precarious, and as a child, I was more than a little ambivalent about that old, hairy, oversized, dressed in red guy. From the beginning of […]

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The Gift Of Thirty-Seven Stars, President Grant, Little Big Horn, and More

During a conversation with my friend this morning, we meandered into observations of noticeably different characteristics between her generation and mine, especially regarding computers, social media, and information technology, in general. We both really happen to like all things electronic, and are each other’s go to person when one of our technological toys runs amok. […]

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The Great Crosswalk Blunder Of 1953

A quiet morning provides me the best thinking time of the day.  Brain and body both are rested, and I feel relatively uncluttered, mentally.  That is not to say my thoughts necessarily are philosophical, analytical, or otherwise particularly profound.  I often just let them wander, and enjoy where they take me.  This morning, I was […]

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