April 07, 2008

The Yellow Bag - Eliza's firstbook!

Eliza, talented and energetic as she is, has penned her first book - "The Yellow Bag: A Therapy Dog's Story." (Bren helped her. I supplied photos.) She doesn't have a publisher yet, but in the school we visit regularly several...
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August 31, 2004

Hurricane Carol, the Projo and me

(Click for larger images.) This is the 50th anniversary of Hurricane Carol, so my Hurricane Carol site is drawing attention big time. It took 50 years, but the Providence Journal - the newspaper I delivered as a boy -...
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August 15, 2004

Charlie, Tom, Carol & us

Hurricane Charlie turned out to be a wicked storm, as I'm sure you all know. What you may not know is Tom was right in its sights, but the sudden turn east it made just before landfall saved him. He...
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May 12, 2004

Give you joy!

(Click on image to enlarge.) They don't call them "grand" children for nothing! You'll find a scrapbook of the highlights of the past month or so of family fun here. Last time around I asked about other family Web...
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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.
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May 24, 2003

Ain't technology wonderful?

I got a new scanner the other day. It can be used to scan slides, so I have started to sift through old stuff and post images that people have long since forgotten - if they ever saw them. This...
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