June 22, 2003

5 kids and a back yard

I played a combination of tag and hide-and-seekwith the four grandchildren yesterday. Despite the wide age ranges (6 - 61) the children played well together for an hour with nothing more than their imaginations, a backyard, and an almost-raining summer...
Posted by Greg Stone at 06:45 AM
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June 18, 2003

Of hearing loss, context, sermons, sales, ear aches and birds, hearing aids, clastooms, busines meetings, and a rainy morning . . .

. . . I think this is one of the least understood aspects of hearing loss - and I don't know how widespread it is. What I do know is all the males in our family - and some of the females - suffer from it. Much more on that in a moment from many others.
Posted by Greg Stone at 08:34 AM
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June 14, 2003

Birthdays, King and tragedy in Sydney, and a special magic among family, friends and machines

. . . What I'm talking about is Charles Dickens and Martin Luther King, and Robert A. Olson, and a woman named Eliza Dunnithorne who lived sadly in Sydney so many years ago and the magic between Australia and Europe and the USA and Old Sturbridge Village and the Web and . . .
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June 02, 2003

Simon says "be social !"

It was after dinner and I walked into the dining room to find three generations playing "Simon Says" and all laughing like children - including the children. What a delightful sight and sound. This was near the end of the...
Posted by Greg Stone at 01:22 PM
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