Monthly Archives: November 2015

Getting Old

      A decade ago, my husband and I worked in an independent living facility for seniors who didn’t care to live on their own. I met a lot of remarkable people during our short stint there, and I discovered some thought-provoking information. Some of the residents wore a scowl on their face most … Continue reading »

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Sh-h-h, Can You Hear Me?

“Children! Listen to me!” Sally stood in the midst of twenty kindergartners trying to raise her voice above theirs only to be ignored. Sure, they were having their first party of the school year and everyone was excited, but at this rate, her first year of teaching would soon end. “Sh-h-h, can you hear me?” … Continue reading »

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Hope Shines Anew

Thomas guided his car down the highway to the larger neighboring town where he could shop for a faucet that would fit his bathroom sink. “You’d think Anthon’s Hardware would have a few things worth crossing their door for. But if it isn’t what every other person in town needs, they don’t carry it.” His … Continue reading »

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Computer Problems

    A while back my computer became quite ill. It refused to “save” my documents and wavy lines streaked across the screen. It’s cry for help warned me of the need for a doctor. So, limping along because of my lack of technical knowledge, I decided to call Microsoft. Unfortunately, I clicked on the … Continue reading »

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