I scramble every year during this second week of November. When I was a kid, I only had to remember that my dad’s birthday was the 18th. Then, as I got older, approaching my adolescence, I added my uncle (my … Continue reading
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A week ago Friday, Rachelle performed for family, friends and faculty at her senior voice recital: Saturday, the actual commencement ceremony held in the UNT Colliseum: Saturday evening, her graduation party, hosted by her friend and former landlord, who also … Continue reading
Last year, the Kansas City Public Library, through the Waldo Branch, embarked on a journey through 19th century literature with an adult reading program entitled ‘A Taste of Victorian Literature.’ I could only attend one of the group sessions last … Continue reading
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Two weeks and last year since I sat down to compose an entry. Half my offspring have come and gone (north then south) mysteriously in the night. Said goodbye to one of the best years of my life with some … Continue reading