Monthly Archives: April 2015

It’s WORLD BOOK AND COPYRIGHT DAY. My favorite  books… 

Where do I begin? My mother, though she ultimately lost her sight to Retinitis Pigmentosa, was always an avid reader.  As such, she raised us to share that love of reading.  My earliest favorites included Little Golden Books‘ My First Book … Continue reading

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Sticker Shock – Straighten Up and Drive Right

If  you are one of those lucky people who can look at a picture hanging slightly askew, and think absolutely nothing of it; if you have never required any group of objects (pens, pencils, silverware, etc.) to line up perfectly … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Why I Rarely Question 

Recently, a friend told me he has always “questioned” things. Obviously, that is a trait leading directly to intelligence, and likely the reason he was always in advanced classes in school. Only when he said that, did I realize I … Continue reading

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