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Someone sent me a personal email asking how I know so much after reading my post…Things You May Not Know. At first I thought it must be code for, wanna have a cuppa coffee, since, what a silly question. But … Continue reading
I’ve just finished David McCullough’s book, Mornings On Horseback (1981) about a young, romantic Theodore Roosevelt. The by-line reads: The Story Of An Extraordinary Family, A Vanished Way of Life And The Unique Child Who Became Theodore Roosevelt. What inspires … Continue reading
This shutdown business has me quite undone. I can’t believe it’s still unresolved without any end in sight. What about those of us inside the wall? I went to my bookcase taking down an atlas on past presidents: Lincoln, FDR, … Continue reading
After a friend read, I can name all the U.S. Presidents, he demanded to know how, so I told him. Boy, was he sorry. Washington, the first, is a no-brainer. John Adams the 2nd, Thomas Jefferson, author of The Declaration … Continue reading
After being called a serial reader, So many books, so little time, doesn’t apply to me, reading nonstop regardless of where I am. That’s the key, to have one with you at all times so you can sneak a … Continue reading
Where does one begin to list, what dazzles the eye? I’ve decided to share, what’s personal to me, on this up and coming Independence Day…2016 The Statue of Liberty…our most famous national monument given to us by France in 1886, … Continue reading
I haven’t been to Bemelmans since Valentines Day treating myself like a sweetheart. I charged my drink of course, but come to find out, the bartender picked it up. This allowed me to rationalize going there again, plus I needed … Continue reading