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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 15

Number of times my computer crashed on me during a meeting: 3 Thank you to all who let me know they actually read these posts. It helps to know there is some value. I do try to keep them short and to the point of LIGHT and FUN for an easy click, chuckle, move on.… Continue reading Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 15

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Anne, Adaptations, and the Power of Nostalgia

“I reckon every idea was modern once, until it wasn’t,” Matthew Cuthbert says in Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery, and as Anne would say, this line would lead Matthew and me to be kindred spirits. Most of the time, “new” only means “change” and humans often struggle with change. Fans of beloved books… Continue reading Anne, Adaptations, and the Power of Nostalgia

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Saturday Summation – 25 November 2012

Bits and pieces of things that caught my eye not only for my own interest, but enough to want to share with you, too… Reading Stuff Author Tim Ferriss has a new book out (The 4-Hour Chef - he is also the author of The 4-Hour Work Week), which for some might be big reading… Continue reading Saturday Summation – 25 November 2012

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Saturday Summation – 19 May 2012

Here are some of my most interesting blog and news reads of the week My favorite article of the week: NPR ran a story about increasing communication with those who have Alzheimer’s… it involves storytelling. A senior center in Seattle works with small groups of people with Alzheimer’s and shows them random photos, and together… Continue reading Saturday Summation – 19 May 2012