Monthly Archives: August 2020

Can You Find Me?

Most of us recall pictures in books where you were asked to find certain images. Or comparing two pictures, you were asked if you could find what was different. Today‚Äôs blog feature four photos our son sent from his Florida … Continue reading

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Our Multi-generational Neighborhood

Inviting, relaxing, and comfortable to the lower back, we enjoy sitting in rocking chairs inside and out. We are in the Autumn of our lives now and want to savor these moments. From our perch on the front porch, we … Continue reading

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Boat or Bikini?

August holds a special place for me, especially August 1st. Yes, it is summer, but for many of my childhood and teen years, it was when my family would leave for vacation in the Southampton Shores community on eastern Long … Continue reading

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Oh, That Magical Player Piano!

Our Nana had a magical player piano. She lived about two miles away in town. My sister and I set off to visit Nana. I was four and my sister was two. Precocious for my age, I confidently walked into … Continue reading

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