Monthly Archives: November 2014

Day for Errands

Today I must do some errands. I got the banking out of the way but I still need to return some books to the library. The trick will be to avoid checking out any more. If I bring home some … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving

Today is Thanksgiving. Among the many things I have to be thankful for is the presence of my nephew at our Thanksgiving table. He got to come home from the hospital on Tuesday evening. It appears my sister and I … Continue reading

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Baking A Pie

My church is having its Thanksgiving service tonight followed by pie and coffee in the fellowship hall. I was asked to bake a pie. I agreed to bake a pumpkin pie (thought that would be the easiest) and I’m now … Continue reading

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Deck the Halls

Some people get the holiday decorating fever early. I guess I can’t blame them since the stores do it. There’s one house a couple of streets over which is all decorated with outside lights as is one down the street … Continue reading

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Winter Is Here

Winter has arrived. The low temps are in the teens and the highs haven’t been much above 25. Last Thursday there were a few slow flurries. The student I tutor on Thursday told me it’s not supposed to snow in … Continue reading

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How Not To Celebrate

Thursday was my oldest nephew’s birthday. He did not celebrate in grand style. He hadn’t been feeling well for a few days. Wednesday found him at Urgent Care where he was told to go to the hospital. Wednesday night found … Continue reading

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Veterans’ Day

It seems only fitting that I should write something about Veterans’ Day today. I don’t know many veterans personally. My dad was in the Navy in World War II and my brother-in-law was in the Army during the Korean war. … Continue reading

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