Monthly Archives: August 2016

Gold Silver or Bronze

The 2016 Summer Olympic Games, this year known as the 31st Olympiad, will come to a close in a few days.  It has been a joy to watch the world class athletes competing for their respective countries.  I am proud … Continue reading

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Another Sign

I’ve written before about my maternal grandfather and the blue sign nailed to the old oak tree in his yard. (Refer to “An old blue sign” blog, October 16, 2012)  I remember another sign hanging on his old garage.  This … Continue reading

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You da man

You da man! Everyone has heard this expression.  Although it is not exclusive to sports, it is especially common among athletes.  I played various sports in my younger years.  Whether it is sinking a bucket in basketball or getting the … Continue reading

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