Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lifting Weights

All of my grandchildren must follow rules made by their parents. Rules about what they may eat. Rules about using inside voices. Rules about behavior at the dinner table.  One of the privileges of being the grandmother is that I … Continue reading

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Choosing Sides

A few weeks ago, Dave and I were fortunate enough to attend the Paul McCartney concert at the Hershey Park stadium. The tickets were a gift from our children to Dave, who has been a big fan of the Beatles … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Dinner

Many of you may not know this piece of trivia about me. When I started college my goal was to become a psychiatrist. I majored in psychology and began taking the science courses required for medical school.  Biology and Chemistry … Continue reading

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A Hidden Agenda

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference. These words attributed to Reinhold Neibuhr form a prayer that has been adopted … Continue reading

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