Monthly Archives: July 2019

Old Times There Are Not Forgotten

“Not since the Civil War has our country been more divided.” That exaggerated claim appears occasionally in social media. It’s not true, of course, because we are not forming factional armies and going to war with one another. At least … Continue reading

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Very Sincerely Typed, Eleanor Roosevelt

July 6, 2019. Martha, Will, Beny, and I visited the Franklin D. Roosevelt presidential library in Hyde Park, N.Y. this weekend. The artifact I wanted most to see again was Eleanor Roosevelt’s personal typewriter, now protected in a Plexiglas case … Continue reading

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Stalin loved a good parade.

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#NeverAgainIsNow

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“Anything You Can Imagine is Real.” Picasso

My mother imagined great things for all five of her children and her support knew no bounds. In high school my younger sibs showed great promise for careers in architecture, medicine, health care, and engineering. My only talent was cartooning … Continue reading

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This Savior Loves YOU

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