Monthly Archives: July 2011

Being Taken to Secluded Cabin in Vermont! I am writing this from Syracuse, New York.  This morning I was in Louisville, Kentucky. Yesterday morning I was in Valparaiso, Indiana.  Two days before that I was in downtown Chicago, after spending … Continue reading

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Russell Crowe is Here

No, I am not making that up.  He has been spotted here in my home town.  There is more.  My parents moved out of Aurora to a small town called Plano about 20 miles southwest. That is where the tackle … Continue reading

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“They Won’t Believe It”

That is what Sister Gayle said when I told her I was going to write about this. On Saturday, I started to think about what to do Sunday morning before the Farewell Brunch scheduled as part of the 50th Reunion … Continue reading

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Magic Eyes

It was a miracle.  I arrived at Ballydoyle’s Pub after laboring over what to wear in hopes of making a good impression on people (yes, especially those girls I had wanted to date), many of whom I had not seen … Continue reading

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That’s My Closet!

I had a strange experience Saturday afternoon.  I am in my home town in Northern, Illinois for my 50th High School Reunion.  I decided to drive by my old neighborhood to see what my childhood home look like.  So much … Continue reading

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Twice Weekly Sore Muscle Day

I always wonder if there is something I have done to myself or it is just the result of getting old. Then I remember it is Sore Muscle Day.  Tuesdays and Fridays have the hour of training with Kevin in … Continue reading

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It Shouldn’t Work

I walked in the door this morning and little Down Syndrome Jan greeted me enthusiastically.  Later when she saw Tim, she shouted his name loudly and practically knocked him over with a hug.  She always goes up with the little … Continue reading

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