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... we humans are all so alike, experiencing the same emotions. Frances also had a step-mother. Her mother, Agnes Lee, died in 1919 during the great flu epidemic after WW I, along with three children. Frances' dad, who we all called Papa Carlson, married again, finding his bride in the hospital where my mother was treated for, I think, tuberculosis of the hip when she was about 12. Frances walked with a limp the rest of her ...
... the industry where they belong. For instance, if you are a licensed engineer, why not start a home-based engineering consultation firm? This would be much easier than trying to ************ outside your field of specialization. Possessing the knowledge and expertise on the field that you want to pursue will increase your chances of success. Moreover, having the interest in what you are doing will create a huge difference in your determination and energy. If you are one ...
... of the Great Smokey Mountains is spectacular. The hickory and sycamore are yet to leaf out and the ridge tops are clearly visible. Sort of like recent flattop haircut with the 1950s barbershop flowbee. The pines are mixed with the hardwoods here.
Asheville, owing to the number of colleges and political bent is split up between several congressional districts, funny how that happened. We always wanted to visit Asheville, which setting the Vanderbuilt's ...
... loan, so we didn't get to see it. Grandchildren, take note for your next history test.
Saturday was breezy and quite cold in DC. Leon and I went to see the Washington National Cathedral. It was a brisk walk and mostly uphill. Well worth the walk, however. In every arch and chapel, every statue and window you can see the story of God's presence. In 2011 the earthquake (5.8) that rocked DC, ...
... shallow in many parts and should be great kayaking most days. Lots of little beaches, small islands and pretty well sheltered. We'll see.
Fishing, kayaking, hiking, reading, and tortilla soup. Heaven!
For now, Baja can wait. It's not the destination, it's the journey. We need a change of routine and different distractions. I won't miss the politics 24/7 in D.C. I need a break from the dozens of ...
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