Tag Archives: family

Researching Homo Sapiens Vacationus At The Watering Hole

I will soon be heading out for a weekend of intense research at the watering hole that inspired this Freshly Pressed post several years ago.  Hope all y’all are having a great summer!                       ***Important Safety Tip*** Use utmost caution … Continue reading

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My Dad Has No Rhythm, Yet Is Still The Master Of The Dance

This post was my Father’s Day gift to my Dad several years ago.  It had the honor of being Freshly Pressed and remains one of my (and my readers) favorites. My Dad sired 9 children. He then topped that accomplishment … Continue reading

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Or Are You Beautiful Because I Love You?

Few things are more boring than having to listen to someone newly in love go on and on about the many ways their new soul mate is the most wonderful person to ever walk the earth.  Except, perhaps, having to … Continue reading

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Hop Aboard My Roller Coaster

It’s time again for a thrill-a-minute roller coaster ride through my brain.  A toilet paper roll-er coaster.  Hang on. Men and women do not see the same world. Men tend to be linear thinkers who concentrate on one job until … Continue reading

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My Sister-In-Law Is Ruining The Economy

Christmas is all about traditions.  Every year we unpack our favorite ornaments, unearth the Bing Crosby CDs and watch It’s a Wonderful Life. Around this blog, tradition means dusting off the ghosts of Christmas blog posts past, some of which are … Continue reading

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Through The Glass, Darkly

The looking glass was Alice’s doorway to a brand, new world – Wonderland.  But I think a picture window might be a better metaphor for real life.  How we see things depends on whether we are inside looking out, or … Continue reading

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Rocks Of Ages

  It started with the death of someone I’d never met. I am a treasure seeker (aka pack-rat) and love going to auctions.  If I’m at an estate auction, I pass the time constructing a biography of the person’s life.  … Continue reading

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