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My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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My earlier post documented my visit to Chicago’s millennium Park and the Navy Pier. It was an enjoyable afternoon full of color, shiny stuff, water, boats, and buildings. Did I mention color? Well, here’s the funny part . . . … Continue reading
In 2008 we had a short visit to the middle of Illinois. While there, Melisa had the opportunity to go see a play in Chicago, a 3.5 hours drive from where we were. The play was Jersey Boys, the plan … Continue reading
So, the Digital Lightroom has another competition running, and the deadline for submitting is the end of this month. The theme is “Blowing in the wind”. I’m ambivalent about the mechanics of this contest. One, I like the challenge, but … Continue reading
Note: I originally wrote this at the request of another blogger who wanted a guest post from me. She never used it. She has not answered my e-mails. I’m guessing she’s too busy . . . but so am I, … Continue reading