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As I told my granddaughter, Shauna, when she wanted to know why I was eating my dinner at eight o'clock at night, which was really the REST of my dinner, “I eat when I'm hungry and sleep when I'm … more
Other than the sadness I feel over the world losing people through death and the uncertainty of what lies ahead, the Coronavirus hasn't touched me personally. I know of a niece of a dear friend … more
When I left you two weeks ago I was in the emergency room at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, N.J. I was more than a little annoyed about being there when I learned that the doctor in charge had decided … more
I had just been dropped off by my friend Ramon Gil, a member of my church, who had driven me to the doctor for an eleven o'clock appointment. I was extremely tired as I dragged myself up the … more
He died in November over two years ago and I have learned to talk about the funny and touching things he said and did. I can only peak through the crack in the door of memories, not open it wide or … more
The first and only cruise Jim and I ever went on was one to Alaska. The ship was embarking from Seattle Washington. We stayed at a Holiday Inn the night before and we asked the man taking care of … more
I had been going for physical therapy to alleviate my pinched nerve when I felt a little dizzy during one of my sessions. The therapist thought I should make an appointment with my cardiologist. … more
In my last column I mentioned some bumps I was encountering appealing to food markets for donations for the Martin Luther King birthday commemoration on January 20. Instead of getting all the bumps … more
I'm not done with 2019 yet. I need at least two more weeks. Somehow the year got away from me. Today (Dec. 31st) l had an appointment with a physical therapist but had to cancel because I had … more
Two weeks ago I wrote about the most interesting thing I learned about my new friends, Ramon and Elena Gil. This is it! They took a trip around the world. When Ramon was 59 and Elena was teaching at … more
When I called Ramon and Elena Gil, Ramon answered the phone and I started the conversation saying that I was going to Sarasota, Florida for two weeks. He laughingly commented, “Oh and you want us … more
“Have you ever been at a loss for something to write about?” asked Dr. Martin Fechner at a gathering at the home of he and his wife Zoe last night. Zoe had invited me to a steak dinner they had … more
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