Monthly Archives: June 2013

Memories Are Fragile (A Memory Minute)

I served during the Vietnam era from nearly the beginning until it was all over. When my career with the military was over I had served 24 years of active duty. Before that l had served a good four years … Continue reading

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Herding Cats

As a youngster I became familiar with the phrase ‘You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink’. Later in my life I wrote a book titled Groan And Bear It that includes a short reference, … Continue reading

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Herding Cats

As a youngster I became familiar with the phrase ‘You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink’. Later in my life I wrote a book titled Groan And Bear It that includes a short reference, … Continue reading

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How Much Security Can We Afford?

A long time friend of mine from the greater Chicago metropolitan area recently visited me for two days. He was interested in a good Mexican meal that is readily available in my area but not in his. As he is … Continue reading

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Is The Drought On Its Last Legs?

I ride my motorcycle every Saturday morning when I am able to ride. I travel with a group of elderly gentleman and an occasional woman to places far and wide for congenial conversations and tasteful meals. Today’s ride was to … Continue reading

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Who Is Really Watching?

I have become quite entertained by the recent ATT commercials wherein a young man is speaking to a number of children and asking them random questions. The specific commercial I saw just before writing this entry involved the adult asking … Continue reading

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Chimney Swifts Are Exciting

I have always been intrigued by nature. Even as a little boy not yet able to speak I was intensely curious about my surroundings. So it is not a surprise that I would take an interest in providing habitat for … Continue reading

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