Monthly Archives: June 2007

Something To Look Forward To

In the past, fads and commercial hype have turned me off. But I’m changing my mind about that. The picture on the left, courtesy of Wikipedia, was taken outside a Borders store in Delaware for the midnight release of Harry … Continue reading

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A Labor of Love

I’ve spent most of the past few days editing videos for the local public access TV station. More specifically, I’ve been turning video clips I’ve taken of Ruth Williamson into sing-a-longs for the TV audience. Ruth is a volunteer who … Continue reading

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Nurturing the Flowers

Azalea blooms by catmadogma I’ve been spending a long time trying to rewrite the home page of this website. I think of it as nurturing flowers…sometimes it takes a lot of TLC before they start blooming. So I’m not only … Continue reading

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Slightly Buried Under

I’ve been feeling a bit overwhelmed the past week or so. I’ve been trying to modify this blog…to make it coordinate better with the rest of my website. And after spending a day or so learning just enough about WordPress … Continue reading

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Letting Off Steam

Valley Railroad Steam Engine, Essex CT Originally uploaded by Professor Bop Whenever I start getting tense, I tend to blow my air out slowly and completely on the exhale, then gently and slowly let it back in on the inhale. … Continue reading

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