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A Wonderful Life With Great People

23 December, 2015 Posted by John G. Self
This is a most unusual Christmas — shorts and rain coats versus wool pants and snow shoes.  In Connecticut!  But regardless of the weather, or the politically charged reasons for this weird, unseasonably warm Christmas holiday in places normally covered by snow, there is much to be thankful for. It has been a good year […] Read more»

Black-eyed Peas: Prosperity, Good Fortune In 500 CE

3 January, 2014 Posted by John G. Self
The holidays are over and we can pause to remember the funny things that happened in all of the rush. Gifts forgotten in a closet, presents mislabeled, disasters in the kitchen, including small fires — well you get the picture. On New Year’s Day the morning includes parades and the afternoon is filled with endless […] Read more»

Sleeping Habits of Teenagers, Jealous Parents

1 March, 2012 Posted by John G. Self
Every parent who has had a teenage son or daughter will attest to the fact that their children’s sleeping habits, especially on non-school days, can best be described with these two words: endless and oblivious. Read more»