Monthly Archives: March 2017

99-Year-Old Volunteers – Still Going Strong

“Mary Guglielmo was born on May 11, 1917, in New York City. Mary Alsing was born 16 days later in Ontario, Canada. Their lives began far apart and took different paths, but decades ago they both wound up in the … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Crane Doors

It’s tough to schedule a doorscurrsion when you’re on the road 11 out of 18 days, which has been the second half of March for me. Of course, like all good little children-of-the-Norm, I have doors in reserve for these … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – Let’s Fly

In Monday’s post, I made the comment: “If Delta and WordPress are both on time, I will have been asleep for about 4-5 hours by the time this post is published after returning home at dark o’clock on Monday.” What … Continue reading

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Travel Interrupted

Two weeks ago, I left Hartford’s Bradley Airport (BDL) for a 9-day journey. Sorry if that sentence (or this apology) sticks the Gilligan’s Island theme in your head. Unlike those castaways, my trip was cut short by a snowstorm. It … Continue reading

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Please Finish that Beer

If we were having a beer, you would be driving me crazy. “Wow, you guys are late today. I was about ready to give up.” “Sorry, Cheryl. I ran into my young friend at Target, but we needed more time … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors –Windsor Fire Houses

Since Windsor is arguably Connecticut’s first town, it should come as no surprise that it contains an abundance of historic buildings. Few, if any date back to the 17th century, when the town was founded, but since they were here … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – Walk Pause Click

Most people who know me know to expect me to periodically stop to take a picture. Quite often, the subject will be a door, but cranes, birds, trains, construction sites, old cars, historic buildings, reflections of anything in anything, rivers, … Continue reading

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