Cor-Nerd

Do you ever dream of adventure, or yearn to travel to distant lands? Have you ever imagined traveling to the four corners of the earth? In the novels I’ve read, the thoughts of these journeys have brought forth visions of mysteries and wonders…

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Social ImPedia

Enough people have been asking me lately, what happened to my blog, where have I been? So, I reckon I best get back to writing. You see, I had “ragequit” Facebook last month and stopped writing altogether. I had gotten “too Face’d.”

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A Wee Cough

I had a marvelous week off, vacationing in St. Louis, Atlanta and finishing my trip in Gulf Breeze FL. I came down with a bit of some bug my last two days, but it didn’t dampen my drive to experience the sun and sand.

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Off Track

I’m not quite sure when my love of trains began. Perhaps it started when I was small, and my father used to take us to see the circus trains as they rolled through the countryside on their way to Milwaukee.

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Flag-gergasted

It’s June 14th – Flag Day. Nestled in the Northwestern corner of the county where I grew up, lies a small town of about 600 people. The town’s name is Waubeka, and it’s the birthplace of Flag Day. Every year on a Sunday near June 14th, they host a huge Flag Day celebration.

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Muffle Her

Last weekend it was warm, and I drove with my Jeep’s windows down. As I neared home, I turned onto my street and the neighbor on the corner yelled: “Your car is too loud!” Huh?” I jokingly thought to myself with a snicker.

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In Memory Of…

Two of my brothers and I stood atop Grandad Bluff watching the sunset fade. The temperature was warm, and the wind whipped my hair. The twilight colors set a peaceful mood. We had just lost another one of our older brothers and we soaked in the moment, in remembrance.

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Rhubarbarian

If cranberry and celery had a baby, they’d name it rhubarb. Who knows, maybe there’s a bit of Granny Smith in that pseudo-family tree, too. Either way, what can I say except rhubarb is tart. Brutally, wonderfully, deliciously, tart.

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