Monthly Archives: August 2015


I’m in the process of sorting the collection of junk in our cellar. Oh the treasures I’ve found and the scrunched papers, broken pieces, and mouse infected junk I’ve discarded. Sometimes the cellar-sort is squeezed by paper sorting/filing in the … Continue reading

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Our entire valley is living in a campfire. Better yet, our entire state, our entire Pacific Northwest states, is breathing smoke. Loss….the green, tall, shade giving trees, the nutritious feeding grass, our helpless livestock, frightened wild game, and homes to … Continue reading

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Moses Cartoon

During Geneva’s birthday visit, we watched an animated movie about Moses. It is one of Geneva’s favorite cartoons, but I wondered about misconceptions.  As the video started, a disclaimer text was posted to proclaimed their creativity. As I started to … Continue reading

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sieve brains

Did you know we all had sieve-like brains? According to the 2014 Feb. issue of National Geographic, Dr. Van Wedeen discovered that our brain dentrils make a grid, not a straight line. Yep, we all have a sieve for a … Continue reading

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