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Lockdown Day 341 – 3 March 2021 – Remembering Abrie

Thinking of Abrie de Swardt Why do I think of Abrie this morning? Abrie was my nephew, a few years younger than myself. The closest I came to have a brother. He died way too young in a motorcycle accident … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 161 – 3 September 2020 – Mind Travels

“The sand in the hourglass runs from one compartment to the other, marking the passage of moments with something constant and tangible. If you watch the flowing sand, you might see time itself riding the granules. Contrary to popular opinion, … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 67 – 1 June 2020 – True and Not Quite so True!

True and Not Quite so True! You know there are stories that are not quite true and not quite a story? I love those types of stories. It always involves me. Let me share two of those: All my life … Continue reading

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Lockdown Day 37 – 2 May 2020 Nostalgia

Soon you will hear that I am feeling nostalgic this morning. In this mood I decide to listen to Deborah’s Theme (Once Upon a Time in America)—Ennio Morricone After going for a stroll during the allotted time (what craziness!), I came … Continue reading

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