Tag Archives: Holidays

Labor Day

You don’t get the day off – you take it.

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See You In Church?

  With the Easter holidays rapidly approaching I am once again moved to acknowledge the people who, in my youth, gave me a conscience – a moral compass. I probably won’t be going to church again this year however. At … Continue reading

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Mint Jelly

While shopping in the grocery store a week or so ago I spotted some imported leg of lamb in the freezer section. It was a marked-down closeout item that’s generally too expensive for my budget. I stood over it thinking … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

“Every kiss begins with Kay” – Kay jewelers advertisement   If, as the ads say: “every kiss begins with Kay”, it’s technically prostitution. If a trip to the jeweler’s, the purchase and giving over of an expensive gemstone or other … Continue reading

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Bitter Irony (It is to Laugh)

As you’ve probably discerned by now, I am a Vietnam War veteran. It’s Monday, November 12, and my dear sister left a message on the telephone answering machine reminding us to “hang the flag” for Veteran’s Day (observed). I laughed … Continue reading

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A Very Catty Remark

Holidays conjure holiday memories and year by year we are reminded of holidays past. New Year’s Eve in memory is too often fog bound from over indulgence and unaccustomed celebration. New Year’s Day for many is a day to nurse … Continue reading

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