Category Archives: Memories

From John Kennedy to Two Servings of Richard Nixon

“…anybody who won’t cross the street till the lights are green would never get far as a Musketeer or a Bengal Lancer.” Page 204 Selected Poetry of Ogden Nash. Reminds me of a San Francisco anti Vietnam war march (more … Continue reading

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I Admire

I admire people who can do what I can’t or to be optimistic so far haven’t. Those admired can draw or paint something as it actually looks, overhaul a car engine, play a musical instrument, ski, roller and ice skate, … Continue reading

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Duty Homers

I just posted on facebook that I am collecting funny, wise beyond their years, strange etc children stories like this one from Bonnie Brimhall Pauley– Everyone needs a Riley Jo in their life to cheer them up. My mood was … Continue reading

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Letter From Teddy Lane, High School Friend

Good Morning Julian, I enjoyed reading your book. You are gifted with your writing abilities. I was raised in WV, but not actually in the city of St. Albans. We grew up on Teays’ Hill and our neighbors were generally … Continue reading

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Heroics On Our Front Lawn

http://wvgazette.com/Opinion/OpEdCommentaries/201208020082

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