Monthly Archives: September 2013

Where have all the flowers gone?

Last week I was privileged to attend the funeral of my Aunt-in-law, Jess.  She died at age 102.  That is a very, very, long time to live.  Her daughter is a sprightly 79.  Aunty Jess outlived her son by 6 … Continue reading

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Clean, green and just plain mean?

I know I am probably in the lucky 1%, although I don’t readily admit to it, and if I am indeed in that elite club, it certainly doesn’t feel like it most of the time. But on Sunday morning I … Continue reading

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Hands up then, everyone

Have you noticed that at the end of each race in San Francisco, they show the boats passing in front of a crowd of people, most of whom have their hands up?  Some are recording the moment on phones and … Continue reading

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