Monthly Archives: April 2014

Phoebe’s dog (to be)

My youngest granddaughter LOVES dogs. They don’t have a dog, but whenever she sees one she has to pet it and give it a hug. I was in a local book store recently and there was Phoebe’s dog. It was … Continue reading

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sensational connections

hearing tasting smelling feeling seeing just taking a look at them all got my ears attached with little things stuck in my ears. Just had them adjusted and right now my right ear hears better than my left…. gotta see … Continue reading

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“Brain on Break” gives family a good laugh

We had some snow a month or so ago, real snow. The kind that comes down in huge flakes and you  can see it piling up in a very short time. I know, I should not be reminding some of … Continue reading

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putting my grands to work

Does anyone really care what an eighty year old person does or thinks? Well, I guess my kids do. They call me when life is exciting or different for them. They tell me what my grandchildren are doing. And the … Continue reading

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