Monthly Archives: March 2013

a heart attack with no pain

The fun part of this job is meeting Union County folks and hearing their stories. Recently I interviewed Dan Winn for the special edition we will publish on Veteran’s Day in November. During the course of our conversation, we expanded … Continue reading

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Vacation to welcome Henry

While the cat’s away, the mice will play. And that’s exactly what this grandma did the week our fourth grandson made his appearance. I had plenty of ways to occupy the five-year-old granddaughter and two-year-old grandson with the guarantee of … Continue reading

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Trashing the story

I threw away another book last week. It happened on the interstate with hours of driving promising time to listen to my stash of audio books. I chose a humorous book. I pushed all the right buttons on the player, … Continue reading

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Not exactly a shut-in

I can only wish just a hint of truth existed in the thought behind the question on the community comment website. Such a simple question … one stranger who wondered about me enough to write, “Is she a shut-in or … Continue reading

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