Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Who Hits 50 — 48 out of 50 ain’t bad…

I first saw the Who when I was 12 years old — turned my head right around, and started me on a long and happy career as a Who fanatic. Tonight, 48 years later, I get to see ’em again — … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap

I took a break from blogging, resulting in a bit of a gap here. So, I started musing a bit about gaps, those spaces “in-between” where we let go and let fly the thought or the action, hoping we connect … Continue reading

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“… the doctor said that if I wanted to notify any one I just had a few hours…”

My grandfather, G.M.C. Massey, contributes today’s post: I feel that my family history would not be complete without the storey of our baby boy’s accident that happened just the day before Thanksgiving when he was 14 years old. It was … Continue reading

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