Monthly Archives: November 2018

Last Night’s Dream: Bank Security

Safe Two weeks ago, I had a similar dream for two nights in a row. The clock read 6:50 pm and I was concerned that we had gone into overtime. My initial thought was that it presaged returning to Standard … Continue reading

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How to Make a Social Media Meme

Image courtesy of Jenny Alter Original image of Woosley Fire bomber So, my question is: which image is more effective?

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Snow’s Soft Focus

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Writing as Semi-Autobiography

Lucy Maud Montgomery L.M. Montgomery (Lucy Maud Montgomery) was born in Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island, on November 30, 1874, to Hugh John Montgomery and Clara Woolner Macneill. When Montgomery was 21 months old, her mother died of … Continue reading

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One Hundred Years Ago

The Last Man Killed in the Great War His name was Henry Nicholas Gunther: he died at 10:59 am on November 11, 1918. The Second Last Man was a Canadian His name was George Lawrence Price: he died at 10:58 … Continue reading

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All the Hallmarks of Christmas

Hallmark Christmas Movies It’s only November, the day before Remembrance Day, and I’ve seen my first Christmas movie already. A Joyous Christmas was on the W Network last night. It did not star Candace Cameron Bure (pictured above), but it … Continue reading

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Twenty-Nine Years Ago, Today

Fall of the Berlin Wall   One comment: the Tide of History was overwhelming…

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