Monthly Archives: August 2010

Weather Related Memories

Last night I heard an interview with a doctor on the radio . Of course, given our extended period of hot weather, the interviewer brought up dealing with the weather. The doctor stressed that joggers, people who are out cutting their … Continue reading

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Going Back to School

It seems unreal to me that local schools are gearing up for a new school year already. Classes for a lot of school districts either started this week or next week. Boy, I don’t envy those poor kids having to … Continue reading

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Missing Hugh Smith

Last night was the final concert in the summer season of the Compton Heights Concert Band. Traditionally, the soloist for this concert is Hugh Smith, a wonder operatic tenor. Lucy, the announcer for the band, calls him The Fourth Tenor. … Continue reading

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Reading Triggers Travel Memories

This week I’ve been reading several books by Rosamunde Pilcher. She’s an English author so her books are set in England, at least the ones I read were. I’ve made several trips to England. It remains one of my favorite … Continue reading

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Heated Election

On the hottest day of the summer, we had our primary election. The heat reduced the numbers of voters who were willing to venture out to vote. However, the campaigners with their literature, etc., were out … staying the required … Continue reading

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What A Difference A Haircut Can Make

I’m quite comfortable with the difference a good haircut can make for my female acquaintances. But I never realized that one has the same effect on a male. Sunday at church I noticed that some of the young men had … Continue reading

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