Monthly Archives: September 2019

Four Years Later

It has taken a bit of soul-searching, attitude adjusting and jumping out of my comfort zone, but boomer-hood and I have finally established a working relationship. I was delighted to run across one of my ramblings about this stage of … Continue reading

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Dual Bridges 1991 video

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FINGERS CROSSED

On this day take great care, Do very little unless you dare To beat the odds, to push your luck. Today better to your couch stay stuck. You know not to open indoors an umbrella Otherwise the 13th will be … Continue reading

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Dreams and Collaboraters

Doniphan exemplified collaboration last week. By the time you read this, the first football game in Brumitt Stadium in Griffin Field will be the new chapter in the history of that sport in our schools. What a journey for sure! … Continue reading

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Septembers

September gets shortchanged. We scramble to complete summer projects and errands while days are still warm and sunlight is still ample. These days do we schedule anything in September because it is September? When I was a city kid, August … Continue reading

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All in a Day’s Work

Last week an angry red wasp, a Ripley County red wasp, dive-bombed my upper lip. Surely I had encounters with wasps and bees in my city upbringing, but encounters with the rural variety stand out. Two were at grandparents’ homes … Continue reading

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