Monthly Archives: February 2018

A Sense Of Loss

When I was in high school, more years ago then I wish to remember, I worked after school at my local public library, shown above.  It was my job to re-shelve all the books that had been returned during the … Continue reading

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Technically Speaking

Technically speaking, I am not an OldMainer as my blog would have you believe.  Yes, I am old, and yes, I live in Maine.  But I am not from here.  Nope, I am from Massachusetts, or, as the natives would … Continue reading

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To Your Health

I read an article not long ago that was discussing the health benefits of laughing. It said it is good for your respiratory tract and also strengthens the heart muscle. However, it didn’t say anything about helping you lose weight. … Continue reading

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Cowboys Lament

I like most types of music, in moderation, but I particularly enjoy a good old cowboy song.  They always tell a story and most of the time someone has been wronged.  It is about the one that got away, a … Continue reading

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When Left Isn’t Right

I was a six year old first grader when I found out that I was a misfit although I am sure the signs were there all along.  That is when my teacher, Miss Thomas, who although never my favorite teacher, … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget To Say I Love You

Valentines Day!!!  The day of the year when a woman’s thoughts turn to romance and a man’s thoughts turn to getting lucky.  As a veteran of many Valentines Days past, I can tell you, it is not quite that easy.  … Continue reading

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