Archive for July, 2012

Okay, back it at again here on the blog. I have got a lot of actually work done the last few days, so maybe I have a little bit of time to do some blogging. It’s been warm here in New York, but not oppressively hot like it was, so I have the back door […]


Work, work, work all day and now time for a quick break before I get back to it. In case you missed yesterday’s question, it was: What is your favorite black and white movie? I grew up watching a lot of black and white movies on television. Kids today might think there’s just something wrong […]


It’s been nice getting the chance to spend some weekend time with friends and with Michelle. We miss having Sean around, but he calls us every day to tell us how much fun he is having in Charlotte with his cousins, aunts and uncles. I’m glad he gets the chance to do some fun things […]


Something Real

05Jul12

“Tell me something real.” He rolled back over to face her, trying to push off sleep so he could listen to her. “What?” he mumbled. “Tell me something real.” Her face was inches from his now, smiling at him. He blinked a few times to focus on her, the deep blue of her eyes, her […]


Fire It Up!

05Jul12

I hope everyone enjoyed their July 4th holiday. it was pretty steamy here, and still is, but that’s summer in New York. So as I sit here melting at the keyboard, let’s review yesterday’s question, which was: What is your favorite thing to cook on the grill? There’s an awful lot of variety available to […]


Happy 4th of July! It’s a warm, beautiful day here in New York and we are just relaxing here at home today. It was quite a busy day on the blog yesterday as well, the busiest I have ever had on this blog in fact, so I thank everyone who took the time to check […]


I’ve been pretty busy the last few days with lost of family coming to visit, Sean going away on a trip some things to do around the house, and of course doctor appointments, so I haven’t really had much time to do any writing at all. Now that I have a little break, I can […]



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