Monthly Archives: October 2008

electronic communication

I love e-mail. I know I’ve said this before, but I really really love e-mail. Not every day offers such handy examples, but today delivered several e-blessings.  Quinn dropped me a quick note from her BlackBerry just before she and … Continue reading

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evolution

My sister-in-law Margi and I met for conversation tonight, as we do every Tuesday while our husbands rehearse with NFC Brass. Her enthusiastic report of a weekend retreat she attended drew me in. The speakers’ topic, “The Chemistry of Life … Continue reading

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reading group

Mauri made some seafood chowder to add to what the others contributed to the meal for our monthly reading group meeting tonight. Rats! I forgot that we had agreed to wear hats, a concession to those who didn’t want to … Continue reading

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fish

For a long time now I’ve had a fascination with fish. I used to enjoy keeping a bowl of gold fish, even had a fish tank at some point along the way. But I needed to give them a pinch … Continue reading

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pandora

I’ve been hearing from various sources how cool Pandora is. I finally checked it out. So while I sit here listening to some new-to-me artists singing my kind of music for me from a different tab on my web browser, … Continue reading

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a small world story

Had some more fun. Our friends’ daughter got married this afternoon at NFC. The drive to the dinner reception, held at McMenamin’s Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, took about 45 minutes, all enjoyed with our friends Bob and Marcile in the backseat. … Continue reading

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hard-core sacred harp singers

Today we drove with friends Carol and David, Ginny and Karl into Portland to attend an official sacred harp singing convention. We got in on only one session of the weekend-long event. About a year ago I posted pictures and … Continue reading

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