A Love Story

Barnes and Miriam were a senior couple who lived together for several years but were not married.  It was really sweet to see them together. Their devotion and enjoyment of each of other’s company was clearly evident. Continue reading “A Love Story”

If you have a garden…

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.   ~Cicero

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Poster at the public library in Florence, Alabama. Photo Lori Greer

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Thoughts at 10,000 Feet*

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Still learning after all these years.

When I was young, I thought I would know just about everything by the time I graduated from college. Continue reading “Thoughts at 10,000 Feet*”

Morning Thoughts

I read The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal regularly as well as other publications on a consistent basis.

I also listen to NPR and watch  televised new shows to include PBS and NBC.

I am not a news junkie.  Continue reading “Morning Thoughts”

No time for this!

She’s a bitch.

I don’t like her.  I try to avoid her.

Yet, this woman taught me something valuable.   Continue reading “No time for this!”

Pi R Squared

Who knew that Pi Day would grow to such a fun, widespread event?

Years ago, mainly math nerds were the select few who knew the significance of 3.14.  Celebrations, if any,  were definitely not mainstream. Continue reading “Pi R Squared”