Tag Archives: memories

Changing It Up

Those who have been kind enough to join with me on my blogging journey know that I have fairly broad tastes in music.  There isn’t much music I don’t like, except for disco and  what passes as music these days. … Continue reading

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As previously mentioned, I rarely watch TV these days.  Between my  WQXR and Idagio apps, and as long as I have internet access (or the unlimited data on my phone) I am generally  content. That being said, Alicia likes  game … Continue reading

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Occasionally, FB Is Useful

Not too long I ago, I attended a workshop for funeral directors who used FB for their businesses.   The presenter talked about the Good ‘ol Days when funeral homes (and many other businesses)  advertised in the town paper and in … Continue reading

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That Smell

No, not the song by Lynyrd Skynyrd, but a smell that triggered a few fond memories, but first. . . In just a few weeks, I’ll begin my 12th year of blogging and while I am no longer committed to … Continue reading

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Heavy Anchors

Today was a fun day as I drove just over 300 miles.  Those that know me will understand that 300 miles is not all that much for me. Typically when I drive I listen to talk radio and occasionally podcasts, … Continue reading

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Over The Rainbow

It was on this date in 1939 that MGM premiered the iconic Wizard of Oz at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The rest is, as they say, history. * When I hear Judy utter that line we all know so … Continue reading

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A Pleasant Surprise

TBT #1 I had a TBT post planned for this morning, but my attention was drawn away when I made a stop at Rob Firchau’s The Hammock Papers, ” during my morning reading. Described as “A Forest of Things,” Rob’s … Continue reading

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Each Morning

Today, June 18, 2020, would have been my dad’s 89th birthday had he not died last September. A few weeks after his funeral, I was visiting my mom in New Jersey, helping her get a few affairs in order. We … Continue reading

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A Placeholder

My visit to New Jersey will probably come to an end on Monday, (as long as the governor doesn’t seal the state borders) and I will head back to Aiken. The week has flown by and dragged on at the … Continue reading

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That Left A Mark

I had forgotten about this tree, but was reminded the other day for no good reason. While in NJ visiting my mom, I remembered it…just like it was yesterday. If yesterday was Thursday, November 3, 1977. I was a Junior … Continue reading

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