Monthly Archives: June 2013

DRIVING A STRAIGHT STICK

  My grandson is driving, and I’m not talking about a bike or the plastic Big Wheel he raced around with when he was a kid–which was yesterday. I’m talking an actual car that weighs thousands of pounds and can … Continue reading

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LOOKING FOR THE WIZARD

        (This is a part of the round-robin blog. Today’s subject is what I read.)                   When I was young I read a lot of classic horror: Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. … Continue reading

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MAKING PUZZLES

The round-robin blog starts on June 22.  The first topic is what type of book do I prefer to read?  While writing the blog post it got me thinking: what type of book do I prefer to write? I’ve written … Continue reading

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THE FUN OF GARDENING

                Every year I put in a garden. I plant tomatoes, cabbages, rutabagas and of course weeds…lots of weeds. I don’t actually plant the weeds, but they always show up. I think the guy who lives next door comes over … Continue reading

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