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Throwback Thursday

When my husband and I were first married, we moved to California, where we lived for a year.  It was quite the experience.  We didn’t move to LA where we could potentially hobnob with the stars.  Oh, no, we moved to a small city in San Bernardino County called Twentynine Palms. Although Twentynine Palms is…

Throwback Thursday

I’ve been thinking a lot about India lately.  My first trip to India was in March of 1997 and my brother-in-law just got his visa and will be traveling to India soon.  I’m not sure where he’s going or how much free time he’ll have as he’s going on business.  I can only hope he…

Throwback Thursday

I’ve always been a history buff – my husband would say I’m a nerd; so be it. I love reading Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe mysteries.  Stout wrote them over a span of 40 years.  Although the characters in his books never aged, they certainly evolved.  The books take place in NYC.  As you read them,…

Throwback Thursday: In loving memory of Sylvester Rusolo

Nineteen years ago, I received a call that changed my life.  My mother told me my father had died.  Even thinking about it today makes my stomach turn.   My father was the kind of man who couldn’t walk pass someone who was hungry without providing them with a meal – or some cash for…