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Monthly Archives: August 2017
I’m writing this post in the morning as I wait for the termite inspector to arrive. He is, of course, now two hours later than planned. My work life is scheduled in hour-long appointments and meetings. It seemed logical to … Continue reading
Many people pursue a second career after they retire. The second career can be something one has done as part-time work while employed full time at their primary career, or the second act can be in a completely different field. … Continue reading
The TV news reports that 500,000 people are heading toward Nebraska, to experience the 2017 total eclipse of the sun, along a corridor from the northwest corner of the state to the southeast. It’s nearly five hundred miles of diagonal … Continue reading
July was hot and dry. It didn’t rain at all. I dislike 95+ humidity nearly as much as -10 degrees. Perhaps it’s my British Isles heritage, but moderate temps in the 60s and 70s suite me best. I love to … Continue reading
There was a gentle rain over night. A half inch fell on my part of the world, and during a dry summer, it’s very much appreciated. Rain was followed by a cloudy, cool day. My dog and I didn’t take … Continue reading
A friend celebrated his 80th birthday earlier this evening. Two friends hosted a pizza party for him. Another friend made an amazing chocolate cake, and homemade vanilla ice cream. He received gifts of spices, pie filling, wine, and socks. We … Continue reading