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Forsyth Park

FORSYTH PARK Returning is not a choice, But a necessity. Coolness in the midst Of excessive heat and humidity. Trees, hung with Spanish Moss, Tall and strong, Brown, grey, and green. Broad avenues of sidewalk, Leisurely strolling passersby. Community building … Continue reading

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HISTORY: Alive or Boring?

     I have been reading Bob Welch’s book Pebble in the Water. It’s about his search for information regarding Frances Slanger, the first nurse killed in action in WWII, and the book he wrote about her entitled American Nightingale. He’s … Continue reading

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The Olympics: Still Watching and Learning

Track and Field isn’t really my cup of tea but many people love it and there are some exciting races to watch. The gold medal winner of the Men’s 100 Meter Hurdles race was just being interviewed as I turned on the television … Continue reading

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More Inspiration from the Olympics

Where were the Olympics when I was a child. I don’t ever remember seeing them on television when I was in my formative stages. (Am I old, or what?) The things I am learning now would have served me better if … Continue reading

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Watching the Olympics and Writing

My hubby and I have been watching the Olympics all week. They have been exciting and some of them have been nail-biters with the results sometimes decided by only hundredths of a second or point. The womens’ gymnastics competition was like … Continue reading

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Killer Week Wrecks Writing

I have had a half-dead week following a killer week (make that two weeks). Actually, the half-dead entity was me.  I way overdid it. Burnt myself out. Buried myself in activity–classes and meetings, kids, grandkids, picnics, cooked way too much food, probably … Continue reading

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Still Trying to Find the Balance

I can tell summertime is not going to be my best season for writing because disruptions and distractions abound. Most of our family birthdays occur during the summer and fall months. In addition there are holidays like the Fourth of … Continue reading

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