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Last Sunday I attended a bridal shower for my grandson John’s fiance. It was a bitfancier than what I am used to. It was given at the Oyster Point Hotel in Red Bank, N.J. We were given the … more
Two friends of mine, who are not crazy about flying anyway, had to take trips by air recently. One of them was going to a family wedding, and the other was duty bound to go to settle the estate of … more
My granddaughter, Shauna, who has Myotonic Dystrophy, loves to sing. She puts on a little show for her dad and me in my living room on Sundays. She plays a recording of the songs and sings along … more
It was sort of a spur of the moment decision, prompted by an ad I spotted in the Sullivan County Democrat - Mother’s Day Brunch at Tennanah Lake Golf and Tennis Club from 9AM-3PM. There were … more
Since the time I have left on this earth is becoming shorter and shorter, I am trying to make the best use of it as I can. One rule I have which I am finding hard to follow is to not read anything I … more
My friend Joan and I eat lunch out at Bonefish in Paramus once a month. I used to look at the menu and pick out a few things I like and then choose the one that was the most reasonable but now I give … more
The other columnists I enjoy are Jeanne Sager’s Inside Out. She lives right down the street from me in Callicoon Center, appreciates country life, is an animal lover and shares some of the same … more
A recent column by John Conway is one of my favorites of his. It was titled “The Ultimate Friendship” and was written about an African American super star basketball player, Maurice … more
Sunday, February twentieth was my deceased husband’s birthday. He was one of the funniest people I know. The following are some of my favorite comedic jokes he came up with on the spur of the … more
Recently I’ve gotten some great feedback from people who I’ve texted or called. One from a friend who is not only taking care of her husband who has Alzheimer’s, but about two weeks … more
The first person I knew that had the virus was a member of my church who contracted it in March of 2020 and died of it in April of that year. It all happened so fast. She was living in an assisted … more
I love to be surprised by things that are happening in the country events that are totally unexpected. I’ve recentlly started watching a reality show about a group called Treehouse Masters … more
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