Monthly Archives: September 2016

THE QUAGMIRE THAT’S MY OFFICE

Whew!  Today, at long last, the office is neat and clean for the first time in a long while.  Each time I get it to this point, I swear up and down to myself and God that I will never, never, … Continue reading

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15 Years Later – 9/11

On the morning of September 11, 2001 my husband was still working as the  Chief of Police and we were up early preparing for him to go on duty.  I recall what a outstandingly beautiful day it was with clear … Continue reading

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THE LOST IS FOUND!

Have you ever lost something and looked and looked for it to no avail, then later to find it in the exact place you looked more than once?  My friend, Olivia, blames that sort of thing on “the borrowers” whom … Continue reading

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