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Memorial Day Weekend has arrived again extra quickly this year, in this blogster’s humble opinion. Seems as if springtime fast-forwarded, like a tape on an old reel-to-reel recorder. Remember those, or even cassette decks and VCRs? Does anyone actually use … Continue reading
Full moons all have been given names. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, this forth-coming, last full moon for 2017 is called December’s “Full Cold Moon,”or the “Full Long Nights Moon.” Their reasoning for naming it such is quoted as follows: … Continue reading
Summer is slipping away with the Labor Day Weekend upon us, and not a moment too soon. Never thought that way until relatively recently. Always felt melancholy as the autumn equinox approached. Still do for the simple fact of decreased … Continue reading
On this past Monday, the day of the much anticipated solar eclipse, the sun shone brightly from the time it rose until about one-half hour before the celestial event was scheduled to begin in Philadelphia. Only a partial was going … Continue reading
Spent a good portion of this afternoon balancing my checkbook. A rainy day was a good time to do it; although, the 25th of every month is when I pay my bills anyway. Usually my checking-account ledger is off by … Continue reading
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Funny how things seem to go full circle. Will the circle be unbroken? Circle game and will it go round in circles? Circle of love and circle in the sand, round and round we go; where we will stop, nobody … Continue reading