Monthly Archives: January 2022

Mr. Robin Paid a Visit!

My, my, my.  Mr. Robin popped by!  One slight problem:  our lawn is buried under one foot of snow. It is still coming down.  We do have a sparse few berries where you sheltered all puffed up due to the … Continue reading

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What Makes a Man Remarkable?

The adventures we have shared together never cease to amaze me.  I love what we have been through, where we are right now, and everything we have to look forward to.   What makes a man remarkable?  It’s his character, and … Continue reading

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Speaking of Libraries

  Many moons ago my Dad drove me to college, kissed me and said he would see me again at Christmas.  We lived about two and one half hours south.  By comparison, I have heard other parents speak of bringing … Continue reading

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