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A close encounter with a male is unusual for me nowadays. But it happened the other night. Quips, laughter, eye contact Ten minutes of being recognized as a female in the feminine sense. Play it again, Sam.
It’s a Happy New Year so, on to new adventures! I just spent several very enjoyable days at my friend Karen’s home with Deborah, Gin, Ellen and Janice. It is an annual tradition of fun with Tennessee and North Carolina friends. We stayed in for New Year’s Eve and, not only were we awake to watchContinue reading “NOT a phone story!!!”
This is the last photograph of my immediate family. It was made in May of 2001. My brother Lee, on the left was up from Austell, Georgia, and Larry, next to him, came by from Kodak. Our dad and mother and I lived together at the time. As happens, after documenting our group in early years,Continue reading “Last Memories”
One of the minuses to aging are the changes to my body. I’m talking beyond the sagging neck skin, age spots by the dozen and face wrinkles whether you frown or smile. Bumps and tiny growths all over the place; some here for a short time, others settle in for the long haul. Joints now crackle, snapContinue reading “WHAT is it then??”
Trying to Find Me How long will the search go on? The one to discover me. The one that started after birth and keeps showing up each morning. Surely seventy plus years is enough time to devote to this scramble of facts and figures that recalculate each time I think I am finally on theContinue reading “Question of the Day”
Between my 70th and 71st birthdays: – Surprise birthday party orchestrated by my daughter. Amazing because although she had invited people several months before and I saw some of these friends on a weekly basis, no one spilled the beans. Total surprise and such fun–people from out-of-town and out-of-state. Three generations of some. – MyContinue reading “It Was A Very Good Year”