Monthly Archives: December 2011
A lemming-swarm of people, laughing and singing, greets you. The streets are a kaleioscope of colors, pairing red and green, blue and white. Everywhere, the caroling of Christmas songs fills the air, and you find yourself singing along. Strangers smile … Continue reading
Just thoughts while I address my Xmas cards. What goes through your head when you look at the list of whom to send cards to? Are they all familiar to you? Immediate family, yes. Others? Some of them, your only … Continue reading
Holiday season is here, a holiday each for many religions. Even one for African-Americans (Is there a more current term?). As the days approach, I find myself with mixed feelings. Gone are the days when our immediate family gathered around the … Continue reading
Thanksgiving has come and gone. I remember one less than a month before I went in the Air Force. My grandmother, my parents, and me went to Connecticut to visit my Uncle Owen and his wife Livi. long ago (more … Continue reading
The Bridge Door was planned as a stand-alone book, but it grew in the telling, and Lessons was born. Now, with the complications that have wandered in, I suspect this will be a trilogy.