Monthly Archives: March 2017

My Runyonesque Father

By Melodee Leven Currier I wish I had listened when my father told me stories about his life.  I had no idea the fascinating history behind his words. My father, Harry Levin, grew up in New York City’s lower East … Continue reading

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Army Girl and the Mardi Gras Indians: St. Joseph’s Day, 2006

By Sarah White St. Joseph’s day, March 19, brought to mind this story, which picks up where this one left off… It is Sunday, March 19th, 2006. Yesterday was the Pontilly Vision Retreat, facilitated by Bert Stitt. We woke up … Continue reading

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WanderNWayne Goes to Guatemala

By “WanderN Wayne” Hammerstrom Hearing My Own Story from WanderNWayne’s LiveJournal November 15, 2007 Preparing for a seven-week journey to Guatemala as my first big step into retirement has led me to discover journals of other vagabond travelers who shared … Continue reading

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Living Until I Die

  By Kaye Ketterer I’m dying.   Not right now, nor tomorrow probably, but someday. We all are dying. From the day we are born, we begin life knowing that someday we will die. I find it interesting when I talk … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Reflections

By Ellie Jacobi Opening my eyes before sun-up, lights from an airplane are intruding on the dark peace of my bedroom. With no blinds or curtains on the windows facing the lakeside, it appears very bright, and I can see … Continue reading

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