Monthly Archives: July 2011

Moving Stairs?

It amazes me sometimes to think about the things we take for granted in today’s world. We talk, text or email people around the world from a little device we carry in our pockets. We scroll through hundreds of channels … Continue reading

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Narrow Gauge Railroads

We’ve all been to wonderful places that bring memories flooding back to us. Places of awesome beauty, like the Canadian Rockies. Places of great excitement like the Grand Ole Opry. Even a quiet spot under a tree at Grandma’s house. … Continue reading

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My Uncle George

We’ve all met unforgettable people in our lives. Some were great in their fields. Some were just people we loved or who had a certain something that drew us to them. This is about one of the unforgettable people in … Continue reading

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Announcement

Just wanted to let you know, I won’t be posting anything new until Monday, July 25. I’ll miss you, and I hope you’ll miss me, too. See you then.

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Vacation Day from Hell

We’ve all been to wonderful places that bring memories flooding back to us. Places of awesome beauty, like the Canadian Rockies. Places of great excitement like the Grand Ole Opry. Even a quiet spot under a tree at Grandma’s house. … Continue reading

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Stephen Seleny

We’ve all met unforgettable people in our lives. Some were great in their fields. Some were just people we loved or who had a certain something that drew us to them. This is about one of the unforgettable people in … Continue reading

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Early Memories

Most people I talk to have no memories of anything before the age of four or so. Sometimes not before five or six. I don’t know why, but I have several very clear memories from age two. My father was … Continue reading

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