Monthly Archives: July 2011

Crossing Bridges

My cousin got married yesterday.  He was married in the town where I grew up, although he and his lovely bride didn’t grow up or live anywhere near there. They chose the location for it’s gorgeous views of mountains and … Continue reading

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Our Biggest Fan

My mother was a huge Yankee fan.  She explained it simply by saying she was born and raised in the Bronx.  How could she not cheer for her hometown team?  Especially during the1940’s and 50’s when being a Yankee meant … Continue reading

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No Bravery Required

There’s that question again. Are we brave? Only this time, there’s a twist.  It’s not whether we’re brave dealing with the cancer we’ve been dealt, but whether or not it takes bravery to speak about it. To fess up to … Continue reading

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