Monthly Archives: May 2022

#336–My previous life––as a teacher . . .

When you live in a town where most people are retired and moved here from somewhere else, nearly everyone has a “previous life.” My previous life was as an elementary school teacher. I taught at Blossom Hill School, located in … Continue reading

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#335–Thoughts on my Mom . . .

With Mother’s Day approaching, I was thinking about my Mom, who was a complex woman. She had very little common sense but was shrewd, had secrets and considered herself a survivor, and grew more and more negative as she got … Continue reading

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