Tag Archives: transition

A Life Worth Living

He would have been 96 in December. Although Mike, his oldest son, wanted him to “have a few more months,” his body gave out. He died a peaceful death on September 6, 2019, with his beloved wife of seventeen years, … Continue reading

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The Doors of Maastricht

What does a writer do when the well is dry? One option is to dig deeper. Another is to go within oneself, searching for the message that needs to be delivered. Another option is to post more photos, fewer words! … Continue reading

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Just Because You Have Space Does Not Mean That You Have Room for More Stuff!

  Daughter Tara spoke those words last week when she was in Raleigh.  These few days later, I do not even remember the context, but her words ring so clearly in my mind. I know that I have too much … Continue reading

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