Category Archives: World War II

So…I’ve Been Noticing

I’m sure you’ve been doing the same; because, honestly, there’s not much else to do. So here are a few things I’ve noticed… To begin with, I’m kind of enjoying being at home! This surprises me because I consider myself … Continue reading

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Curling Night Anyone?

“Well, there is one good thing about a national crisis (whether it be a blizzard, a hurricane, or a pandemic) it levels the playing field for everyone. We’re all in the same boat.” These wise words were spoken by my … Continue reading

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It’s A Wonderful Life ~ Jimmy Stewart in WWII

Like a lot of people right around Christmas time, I love to watch It’s a Wonderful Life.  Recently, I read this article and saw that movie in a whole new light. It’s a wonderful article. I hope you enjoy it! … Continue reading

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Hi-Ho The Derry-O, A Junking We Will Go!

All of my life, or at least for the portion that I was able to walk, I have been a garbage picker. In my mind a garbage picker is kind of like the American Pickers, only less “picky”, not as … Continue reading

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