Monthly Archives: October 2015

Vatican Exhibit

Yesterday a new friend and I went to see an exhibit called the Splendors of the Vatican, not at a gallery nor a museum, but at the Franklin Institute. When I read the announcement of the exhibit, I wondered why … Continue reading

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Freedom of Choice

If presidential elections were to be held tomorrow, I wonder how I would vote. According to some, the most critical issues in the presidential debates thus far have been quite different. The Republican party has as its top agenda item, … Continue reading

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Home in West Virginia

In 1991, my husband and I sold 40 acres that we owned in West Virginia to buy two acres and a fully furnished house about 15 miles from our original piece of land. We were working at the time. We … Continue reading

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A Note on China

In 1998, my husband and I visited China for the first time. The other day, I reread the notes that I kept on that particular trip. The following is an excerpt from those notes. The one child per family policy … Continue reading

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