It’s Labor Day!
End of Summer, back to school, put away the barbecue in New England, last day for white shoes, three day shopping weekend!
The first Labor Day…Continue
I am an American, says so on my butt.
I might be dumb too. I don't pretend to be a smart man, smart ass, but that's a different story.
Earlier this morning, I awoke, early, and went to the living room to watch some TV. Rick Perry was the topic of discussion on MSNBC's Morning Joe, was he the right man to be the nomination for the Republican Party.
One nice thing about Morning Joe is its mix of righties, lefties, and the…Continue
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My husband and I recently finished a twelve week course at NAMI. For those of you who are not familiar with this organization, please visit my post:…Continue
RAISING THE NEXT GENERATION OF SONDHEIM ACTORS
W. Ian Walker, Arts Reporter
Denise Williams, Artistic Director of Toronto’s No Strings Theatre Productions (NST), has been working with youth ages 13 to 21 for the last seven years…Continue
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People often ask me, they say "Creek, when you're not stuck up the river without a canoe why do you spend so much time looking for Santa and how did you find the obese bearded one?"
Well to cut to the chase, it was indeed my hobby of Shark balancing …Continue
Many zoomers have asked me when its time to move into a smaller home what are the steps to take. Well the very first one is to have the discussion with your financial adviser and find out just how much you will be bringing in. Then you should contact a Real Estate sales Representative to do a comparative market analysis of your neighborhood. This will give you a good idea what you should receive for your home when it sells. At that time you can discuss where and what type of home you would…Continue
My father used to have a large lumbering Irish setter called Thora. Sad to say she was equipped with a brain the size of one lonely canned pea.Thora would spend the lazy hazy days of summer lying out in the middle of the country dirt road just snoozing her life away. No one could get that dog to move and it's a wonder that she never got run over. On car rally Sundays drivers were advised on their maps that they had to maneuver around one big red dog lying in the middle of the road.…
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Dante is the only dog who ever arrived at our house as a puppy. I think we talked to him differently because he was a baby. Single words. Lots of repetition.
I was taking a grammar class when Dante moved in. Our teacher talked about how we can understand what is meant from context and voice tone even when we do not understand the words. Grammar means that there is a logic to the word choices.
For example, when my father read us the story of “The Three Little Pigs”…
Snow birds abhor heat.
Out of place in high Summer.
Hie to Canada.
"I'm going to buy this kind of mustard, okay?" she asked.
"Are you nuts, it's way too expensive!" he screams at the top of his voice.
Jarred by the sheer anger in his voice, I straddled the side of the aisle next to the peanut butter. I made a mental note that the huge value size…
This post directly connects us to the question of our original identity..who am I ? That i am the fullness of consciousness that has spread inside the whole body also and that i am not the gross body ...but i mistake body to be me because of a veil of ignorance that can be removed by knowledge of direct experience of the consciousness on questioning and meditating upon it...
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i recently read ana article that MBNA is being sold to the Toronto Dominion bank? Is this true? How will this effect those of us that obtained this Master Card to assist originally 50 plus and now Zoomers? Will we still get special interest rates? Thank you for your concerns on this matter.