Monthly Archives: July 2017

Gloria

Last Sunday, Gloria and I took a ride to Mt. Cuba, Delaware. It was the first time that either of us drove out of state together. Let me introduce you to Gloria. Gloria is my name for my GPS. Her … Continue reading

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Revolving Door

Three weeks ago, my adult son moved in with me for the third time. This revolving door to the parental home is a relatively new phenomenon of the last dozen years or so here in the US. Three major causes … Continue reading

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Using a Bridge

Having spent 38 years teaching in a traditional classroom, i.e., desks in rows, chalk board demonstrations, text books, homework, an occasional 16 millimeter documentary or film strip, I am mildly intrigued by white boards, power point, individual student lap tops, … Continue reading

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Courage

Most of us have had to be courageous at one time or another. Sometimes we deliberately build courage into our persona when faced with a difficult task as when we must tell an employee that his/her services are no longer … Continue reading

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Changing Identity

Last evening, as on most Friday evenings, I had dinner with a group of friends whom I have known for years. Our group grows and shrinks but has not disappeared for over 25 years. The youngest member of the group … Continue reading

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