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There we were trying to enjoy the Yankees-Orioles game Monday night, August 1 and a pretty good healthy looking Kittie cat decided to make its way onto the field thus creating a delay which the fans … more
I butchered my husband’s beard. This was never the plan. The plan was just a bit of control for the mass of hair sprouting from cheeks and chin. These months of living 6 feet apart have … more
I have discovered the amazing amount of stuff I have in my kitchen because it is all now sitting in boxes in my living room. Like many in the pandemic world, I decided to embark on a home … more
One of my regularly used email accounts decided the other day that I should change my password because their, “system has detected irregular activity related to my account.” And they … more
There’s a question that’s been popping up on Facebook in recent days: Do you know someone who has had COVID? The short answer is yes. The longer answer is that — like all too … more
I clearly remember the day forty years ago that I found out that our second child was going to be a boy. I was about eight months pregnant and seeing my obstetrician quite regularly.  After he … more
In a front page article July 16 by Democrat staff writer Isabel Braverman the headline above the story states, “Early voting: Is it worth it?” Braverman while attending a legislature … more
An eagle! An eagle! Now imagine someone yelling it but in a tone that’s both mocking and amused. Welcome to live with a Sullivan County teenager. I should have expected this. I was one … more
There was an old lady who—almost—swallowed a fly. And that old lady was me! I made myself a nice cup of tea (is there any other kind?) and had finished half of it when my two doggies, … more
Condominium safety is on the mind of many following the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. According to an article in the Associated Press, professionals in the condominium business say … more
Growing up just feet from the river, there were always rules. You respected the river’s power. This was the unspoken rule, and yet it was the biggest one too — the one that stuck hard … more
I have just come back from the dermatologist’s office after having yet another of those little surgeries for my sun-damaged skin. Both Mom and Dad had melanoma, so I try to be extra diligent … more
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