Monthly Archives: May 2020

HELP!

Lost my site…..Nan

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Sixteen

Originally posted on lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown:
Sixteen She met him at the harvest dance. An act of fate, they met by chance. The very first grown man she kissed, he was a traveling journalist, and she…

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What’s the Name for..,.

What do you call a reblog of a reblog?  There must be a name for it!  This post refers you to Diane Ravitch’s blog which reblogs (or reprints or refers you to) a highly interesting history of the “Spanish Flu” … Continue reading

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Why No Demands for Resignation? Partial Reblog

Words from Ralph Nader/Common Dreams via alternet.org “Why no demands for resignation? Have too many Americans lost their proper sense of honest public service and accountability? From 1974 to now, the American Bar Association (ABA) – supposedly a first responder … Continue reading

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My Dreams of the Blogosphere

Duh…Why did it take me so long to realize it? I continue to have dreams about what I now see is my blog. Every Wednesday, whether I’m home or not, and without being notified, people come in my house and … Continue reading

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The Lesson (A Fable)

Mine is a tale of initiation. Were it otherwise I would invoke the muse. Please note, gentle reader, that I content myself with a statement of theme. Gods, as they appear herein, are but the mere acknowledgements of a symbolic … Continue reading

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Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?

In the King James Version of the Bible the text reads: Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Currently they’re not even pretending to be sheep…

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