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When I am asked if I am married I usually respond by saying, “Yes, I am married married.” I say it twice because it’s my way of stressing how long. “Exactly how long?” you ask. Well it just so happens … Continue reading
Once you live on the Florida coast for a few years you could find yourself taking some of nature’s best offerings for granted. Well, not really. You’d have to be pretty much an insensitive stone to ignore how unique and … Continue reading
At the moment, I am once more poking around my family tree in my on-again/off-again attempt to chronicle my family. I am lucky to have a nice collection of photos some of which I’ll share here. I’ve posted some of … Continue reading
Note: This piece was originally posted on my blog back in December, 2018. Lately I have spent a lot of time and some of the space here thinking about family and friends and the role they have played in my … Continue reading
I was reluctant to begin this posting with the overused line, “When I was a young boy…” but I am at a loss for what to say otherwise. See, today I got to thinking about some random things out of my … Continue reading
Recently, I’ve gone back over some of the books I’ve written in an attempt to fix some little things that have bothered me about each. It may be a typo or misspelling that somehow got past the proof reader (that … Continue reading
Originally Posted on May 27, 2017 by Marc Kuhn Many Americans routinely spend their three-day holiday weekends with family, sometimes traveling or just gathering for a special meal or picnic. Many others go shopping because retailers looovvvvveee to run sales during … Continue reading
When you get to be my age, you will have accumulated a huge stockpile of memories along with endless databanks full of both useful and useless information. You will not run out of storage space because the human brain holds … Continue reading