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It Can Make You Smaller or It Can Make You Bigger

So I’ve been juggling a lot, having taken on the role of my mother’s primary caregiver since her fall, subsequent life-threatening illness and extensive recovery, in addition to doing all the other routine things that we all have to do … Continue reading

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When I’m 64

So today I am officially the title of a Beatles song. I find myself stunned by the number. I just don’t see how it’s possible when yesterday I was making my First Communion. Going to high school with my DC … Continue reading

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Something Else

So on a lazy Sunday afternoon not long ago I watched (thanks to Amazon Prime) a really good movie called Last Flag Flying, brilliantly acted by Steve Carell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne with direction by the ever-great Richard Linklater (who … Continue reading

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65 and counting

So today is my parents’ 65th wedding anniversary and, even though my Dad isn’t here any longer, we still celebrate their wonderful life together and all that encompasses. That I’m here and my sisters are here and my great kid … Continue reading

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What I Know Now

So I haven’t written for ever so long and, like any muscle or skill you neglect, my writing may be rusty. For sure I’ve felt the need to get back to doing what not only helps organize my random thoughts … Continue reading

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Shower the People You Love With Love

So with apologies for borrowing this phrase from the great James Taylor (who entertained me at my very first concert when I was in high school and continues to do so these many years later), I know of no better … Continue reading

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Our Choices; Our Decisions

So I was watching the great This Is Us last week and the equally great Sterling K. Brown, playing the conflicted and confused Randall, the adopted child in the Family Pearson, said something that really got me thinking. He said, “I think … Continue reading

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