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A Name is a Funny Thing - You Can Learn A Lot from a Name

Over the years, I've come to realize the value of a name. We are frequently identified by a number. A name is personal, at least to a degree. To a degree, I say, because, to illustrate, how many Bills are there in a country, a state, even just a town? You
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Posted by on January 18, 2019

The Tiny Terror And The Mud

I haven't posted about the Tiny Terror For a While This is because she now goes to school and has calmed down a bit but only a bit. Sitting still in school for 5 hours a day, even though she gets breaks and a lunchtime, is a bit much for her active nature
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Posted by on February 19, 2019

Two by Two by Two

Christmas Day 2018 This Christmas seems to have been a (small) series of "twos". On Christmas Eve, I went to make the stuffing, using a "batch" loaf purchased a few days earlier (because stale bread is easier for making breadcrumbs). In over 40 years of m
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Posted by on December 25, 2018

The Tiny Terror And The Mud

I haven't posted about the Tiny Terror For a While This is because she now goes to school and has calmed down a bit but only a bit. Sitting still in school for 5 hours a day, even though she gets breaks and a lunchtime, is a bit much for her active nature
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Posted by on February 19, 2019

A Name is a Funny Thing - You Can Learn A Lot from a Name

Over the years, I've come to realize the value of a name. We are frequently identified by a number. A name is personal, at least to a degree. To a degree, I say, because, to illustrate, how many Bills are there in a country, a state, even just a town? You
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Posted by on January 18, 2019

Two by Two by Two

Christmas Day 2018 This Christmas seems to have been a (small) series of "twos". On Christmas Eve, I went to make the stuffing, using a "batch" loaf purchased a few days earlier (because stale bread is easier for making breadcrumbs). In over 40 years of m
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Posted by on December 25, 2018

Classroom English: Does It Pay to Go Along with the Crowd?

Okay, this article is perhaps a bit foolish. But perhaps something can be learned from my experience. The setting: 6th grade. The subject: English. The occupation: verb declension. Now currently, some would claim I have a firm grasp on the English langua
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Posted by on November 21, 2018

Save Energy with Room Darkening Shades

My wife just finished putting up room darkening shades in the bedroom that has a large window that faces the summer sun. This keeps the rays from penetrating the double-windows and letting solar radiation heat the room up so it overworks the air-conditioni
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Posted by on October 3, 2018

Please Don't hundred dollar dangle me!

Show off! My stepson had his friend come over to visit, but for reasons I can't even imagine. His friend was no friend of ours. We didn't know the guy. He was over just to pay us a visit. My stepson's manager at their company, who boasted of his
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Posted by on September 24, 2018

It looks like another day it might or might not rain again, so we will run err-ands even if the car won't start this morning.

The car is funny like that. It sometimes starts and sometimes doesn't. So its like hit and miss every time I turn the key in the ignition switch. I put two VCRs out front in case someone coming along the road wants a freebee. But one eats tapes an
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Posted by on September 4, 2018

I Join the Ranks of VICTIM

Well yesterday was a landmark day for me. A landmark in disgust! I've never been so grossed out. I'm old, I have a variety of interests. Most of these are online. I sit on my keister. A lot. Well, I was absorbed in something, completely absorbed. I finis
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Posted by on July 2, 2018

Out of the Mouth of Babes - My Four Year Old Standup Comedian

My wife and I, up in years, are raising our three grandchildren. The youngest, just four, has a smathering of autism. Although he's quite bright, his thinking at times surprises us. Never more so than the other day. The older two grandchildren were carryi
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Posted by on July 1, 2018

Fairy Dust - A Tiny Terror Story

Big Cousin, Bed Time And The Midnight Fairy Mummy hadn't been feeling well. The Tiny Terror had a new baby brother, who was only 6 weeks old and mummy was tired and had caught a cold or a virus, so Big Cousin came to help put The Tiny Terror and The Water
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Posted by on June 10, 2018