Monthly Archives: January 2016

Shovelry

Shovelry With my husband in England for over two weeks, I’ve been trying to keep all the men on my street from shoveling my walk, partly so they won’t wonder why Bob is such a brute as to leave his … Continue reading

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Black-owned newspaper 1869

In researching a biography I’m revising, I came across an African-American former slave named Tabbs Gross. Before the Civil War, he got his freedom, moved to Cincinnati and educated himself, then got into show business.  He found a discarded panorama … Continue reading

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Living richly with gas leak disasters???

When I blog about living richly with vision and hearing loss, I so often speak of the marvelous assistance  I receive in the forms of guide dogs, technology, state governmental agencies, and rehab centers, not to mention sensitive family and … Continue reading

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IPHONESIPhoneIPhoneIPhoneIPhone

IPhone   Last night a friend even older than I am talked about old age being a full time job.  She said that all that consumes her is “maintenance.”  I have to say that disability at times falls into that … Continue reading

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IPhones, Antedotes to Aging?

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