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At Home on the Range?

Sage-ing While Age-ing. I have no need to introduce you, the reader, to Shirley MacLaine. She is known the world over, not necessarily just for her entertainment career, but even more for her books about spirituality. This book continues that … Continue reading

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We are Never, Ever Alone

Contacting Your Spirit Guide Sylvia Browne has been in the news lately. In one of her books, End of Days, she foretold of a respiratory virus in 2020. That was in 2008. Some people are incredulous about this. This book, … Continue reading

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Our 11-Year-Old Granddaughter Loves…

The Giver “The Giver is a 1993 American young adult dystopian novel by Lois Lowry. It is set in a society which at first appears to be utopian but is revealed to be dystopian as the story progresses. The novel … Continue reading

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London Earth Stars?

London’s Ley Lines: Pathways of enlightenment I bought this book to give to myself for my 70th birthday. The image on the cover was the draw. I’ve been tracking pentagrams (five-pointed stars) since my work on The Star of Bethlehem in … Continue reading

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It’s a Merico Idol

Nick Merico (age 24) Last night was the first episode of season 18 of American Idol. Nick Merico, who dropped out of last year’s contest due to a family crisis, auditioned again. My first thought, which I’d had when Adam … Continue reading

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“Getting Old is a Gift” Grandpa Eddie

Jumanji: The Next Level We came to see this one last night, two month’s late. It’s been almost that long since we last went with our granddaughter, Brigitte. This time, her Auntie Zanna was visiting from the U.K., so that … Continue reading

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Ever Feel Like You’ve Been Here Before?

Groundhog Day (1993) Today, February 2nd, 2020, is Groundhog Day. It’s the same every year: if the groundhog sees his shadow, we’ll have six more weeks of winter; if it doesn’t, it’ll be an early spring. No-one seems to get … Continue reading

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