Category Archives: Family

Moving Experiences

A recent conversation with a journalist friend and a couple of “moving” articles got me thinking. I have some mixed feelings about gentrification and the ‘forcing’ of people out of their homes and their comfort zones to make way for new … Continue reading

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Serpentine Roads and Starry Skies

Our recent trip to Colorado and New Mexico was full of adventure–which I highly recommend, at any age, to stimulate your brain and keep your juices flowing. Driving up to Colorado through New Mexico, we were treated to a variety of big … Continue reading

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Jesus loves ALL the little children

Remember that Sunday School song we all used to sing “Jesus Loves the Little Children”? For some reason I started singing it this morning as I was getting ready for work. And, I thinking, “Jesus loves ALL the little children … Continue reading

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Little Zen Moments

Not counting any drug induced euphoria, I believe each of us can experience our “little Zen moments” during our lifetime-if we tune in. Continue reading

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Northern exposure Minnesota style

I just spent a week in Alexandria, Minnesota.  Daughter Maria, son-in-law Jason and baby Theodore Baron–a beautiful, healthy boy weighing in at close to 10 pounds at birth–made three good reasons to brave the frozen north for an inaugural visit. … Continue reading

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SA Zoo’s new carousel– horses of a different color

Eve and I went to the Zoo today. It has been one of our favorite places since I took her and her brothers there when she was just a baby. In addition to the live animal exhibits, the Zoo recently … Continue reading

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Give me your hope, so I will never give up

This is an open letter to my grandson who just spent his 19th birthday in jail–for writing a misconstrued comment on Facebook. His bond is $500,000 ( yes, that’s 1/2 a million $). I’ve put a picture with the post, … Continue reading

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