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STAND UP?

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. I’ve always thought it would be fun to be a stand up comic. I never followed through with that dream, because of my fear of rejection. It seemed easier to … Continue reading

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STAYING CONNECTED

It’s hard to be part of the world today. Even though we’re all connected to our home towns, our communities, our families, our church, we’re still living life apart from them. In the past year we’ve opted to stay away … Continue reading

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C’MON MAY FLOWERS

It’s been a week of April showers and as my mom used to say, “April showers bring May flowers.” I started painting flowers one summer when my allergies were so bad, I couldn’t venture into my garden. I’m not nearly … Continue reading

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A NEW KIND OF GRADUATION

“Education which stops with efficiency may prove the greatest menace to society. … We must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The graduating class of … Continue reading

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GOOD NIGHT, CRUCIBLE

This is the second time I’ve been involved in the production of Arthur Miller’s spell binding show, “The Crucible.”  Some thirty years ago I was an assistant to the director.  At that time I was on my second stint in … Continue reading

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MY WRITING JOURNEY

Just a little less than 3000 words to go.  Then it’s time to edit.  Spell check has been known to be my worst enemy, so I’m praying that each word is the right one.  As far as grammar and all … Continue reading

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SOME DAYS ARE MADE FOR PAINTING

ART & INSPIRATION BY KATHY BOECHER© Last week I posted about taking advantage of the good days.  I planned on a rerun the next day, but having overdone it the day before, led to less strenuous activity. I love my garden … Continue reading

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WHERE’S THE PATIENT?

It was one of those down times on the roller coaster of our early married life. My husband was about to embark on a new job in a different state and we had no insurance.  I had remained in our old … Continue reading

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IT’S ONLY A TEST

As a child, one of my greatest fears was taking tests. There were the usual tests in school, a test for a drivers license, a blood test and so on.  As I grew older, I thought the testing would end.  Little … Continue reading

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