Monthly Archives: June 2011

It’s Never Too Late To Become Who You Might Have Been

Ann Mary Robinson painted this scene, but that name isn’t how you know her (Careful–this just may be a Jeopardy question at some point). She pursued what she believed in. On, not in a showy way, but she accepted life’s … Continue reading

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A Cancer Tale I Can Live With

(The Emperor of All Maladies A Biography of Cancer gives a riveting history of the disease, explaining why we haven’t “won” this battle. Do others value Dr. Mukherjee’s writing? It’s won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize.) I sometimes wonder why I … Continue reading

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“Do I Really Want to Sell?” “Of Course (Not)!”

Here’s the house I took on alone, weeks after my fiancee died. I’ve owned it 20 years (ironically, those became some of the best years of my life.) I’m worried, however, for I think I suffer separation-anxiety already…More pix below. … Continue reading

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