Monthly Archives: July 2014

An Almost Crash on I-5

On our drive home today from watching a live taping of JEOPARDY and a visit to the space shuttle ENDEAVOR–two more wishes checked off our bucket list–we had a close call on the I-5.  Six lanes of traffic was moving bumper-to-bumper at 70+mph. … Continue reading

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Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda…

When I was a child, my mother told me stories of what I came to know as ‘the Great Depression.’  Living in a house near an east-west railroad track, hobos, as they were called, would come to her kitchen door … Continue reading

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I Love How You Love Me

“I love how you love me” is the opening line to a decades old pop tune but the words are as meaningful to me today as it was the first heard it.  Sadly, the name of the artist that performed it … Continue reading

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God’s Plan; My Plan

In 1939, Captain Gustof Schroder loaded 937 Jewish refugees onto the SS St Louis and brought them to the New World.  Cuba, the U.S. and Canada all refused to let them land and turned them back to Europe.  Once there … Continue reading

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