Monthly Archives: July 2016

Be A Front Row Person!

It was dance rehearsal for our oldest and youngest granddaughters. The rehearsals were at staggered times for the different ages, so my daughter and I were there for the afternoon. We had been sitting and watching for a couple of … Continue reading

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I Just Want You To Be A Mom!

Where oh’ where does the time go?  The words, “I just want you to be a Mom!” were spoken by Mary Grace a few years ago as her mom, our daughter Tara, was being sworn in as a Magistrate Judge. … Continue reading

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Ok, I admit it; I often lack patience.  Anyone who knows me well would attest to this fact.   But I think the lack of service that I have experienced lately would test anyone’s patience.  Although my good friend MoMo … Continue reading

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Children Grow Up When We’re Not Looking

“Nana, do you want to play with me?”  Four- year old Virginia asked the question, and I, of course, said, “Yes, of course I want to play with you!”   I lied.  I, who prides myself on never lying, lied … Continue reading

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Proud To Be An American

Our world continues to have its challenges.  In places around the world terrorists threaten our security routinely, with the latest attack at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey.  Leaders are discussing that terrorist threats and attacks will not go away soon … Continue reading

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