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I suppose every town or semi-developed region has its heroes and anti-heroes, someone who eventually became famous or even legendary, especially if that fame was simple notoriety, very short-lived, or occurred hundreds of years ago. Tombstone has Wyatt Earp, Tennessee … Continue reading
After three months of living in the Australian summer I am paler than I was when I got here. Only part of this is due to my indoor job, the other part is due to the terrified aversion Australians have … Continue reading
Letting go of the snowy Christmas so often seen on postcards has been easier than I originally thought it might be. On days where the barometer soars over 90 during holiday time in our new Australian home, I think about … Continue reading
For most of my life I’ve complained about the location of my birthday, which is either on or around Thanksgiving. Surpassed only by those unlucky enough to have their birthdays right on Christmas (like my poor brother-in-law), Thanksgiving birthdays are … Continue reading
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After years of living in America I’ve seen one small town after another fall victim to the Wal-Mart mini-mall catastrophes that seem to turn bustling little Main Streets where people shop, stroll, and visit to colourless, tired-looking places you now … Continue reading
So I’m home. How about that? So far, it doesn’t feel like it. I had a brief meltdown on the night we arrived at my mother-in-law’s house to find all my bedroom furniture, including a pink stuffed chair I’d had … Continue reading
I think the last time my ears popped on an elevator, I was eleven years old going up the Sears Tower in Chicago. Then again, I can’t imagine that vintage 80’s elevator was as state of the art and super-speedy … Continue reading