Monthly Archives: September 2014

Remembering her…

We have a new nurse in our family which reminds me of my mother at about the same age as our daughter now is. My mother and her sister both went to nursing school in Boston and began nursing careers … Continue reading

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Fall’s Observations and Changes

Fall’s abundance is evident everywhere I look here in Central New York. The trees abound in warm-hued colorful foliage. My zinnias are rife with multiple colors, and the fall vegetables are ready for harvest. Pumpkins adorn front steps in preparation … Continue reading

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Let’s consider…

Three things to ponder: Fall Back to school Learning foreign languages Fall in New England is my favorite time of the year with the gorgeous warm colors of foliage.  It reminds me of what was and what is to come.  … Continue reading

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An ethereal world

As I gaze upon the landscape and the advent of  fall colors and cooler mornings upon us, I create mental images.  Without skipping a beat, my creativity turns to poetry and so today’s blog entry features my musings. An ethereal world I … Continue reading

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