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Archive for the ‘Nostalgia’ Category

Odysseus – A Friend Always Remembered

February 1, 2010

It has been a long road over the past year with a dear friend Liz and her son Ody. Complications with fluid in his chest cavity filling up over and over made it nearly impossible to breathe and no long term solutions available. The end came today as Ody was put to sleep. It leaves me […]

Old Man Winter Never Lets Me Down

January 24, 2010

So yesterday was my birthday, woohoo… another year successfully survived, and I am consumed with the “blehs” and “blues”….  Why you wonder? It’s the same ordeal every year on my birthday… cold, cold, gray, cold, gray, cold… so on and on and on and on.  I never gave it much consideration about why I moved […]

Who Do We Really Know?

July 18, 2009


Retracing Steps

July 5, 2009

For the 4th, I was invited to this rave. I contemplated on going, one, I feel somewhat a little too old do be leaping around town from party to party and, two, it’s usually just a hangout for the younger crowd. But not being a stranger to these type of events and would be in […]

Marigolds and Mom

April 9, 2008

Did some minor upgrades to the yard. Nothing crazy, just tore up the grass around the mailbox and put some color in; other bulbs are still in the ground. Around the sidewalk to the house, I added some yellow and green shrubs to pose as a nice accent and to take away from all the […]

Crossing the river

April 6, 2008

My old boyfriend, Dixon, called me. I hear from him from time to time; sometimes not a good thing and sometimes not a bad thing. The first things out of his mouth was that he had finally decided to move in with this guy he has been seeing for a few years. He didn’t seem […]

Brother comes to Atlanta

July 18, 2005

With my brother in town this weekend, we visited the High Museum of Art and Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. I’ll be adding photos when I finish off the roll for my family and friends to view. I was amazed at the children playing in the water fountains in the park; families brought their toddlers […]