Monthly Archives: March 2018

Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

We are bombarded daily with advertisements of stuff that “We need.”  Cars.  Trucks.  Clothes.  Homes.  Food.  Alcoholic beverages.  Digital games.  Services.  Get away cars.  Get away hotels.  Get away islands.  Get away cruises.  Furniture.  Glasses.  Shoes.  You name it, we … Continue reading

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A Grandmother’s Love

When I was growing up, I lived next to my Grandmother Gorton.  I vaguely remember her taking care of me when my dad went to work and my mom was teaching school.  What I remember the most were snow days. … Continue reading

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Lego Mania

My oldest grandson is into legos.  I mean big time legos.  He loves to play legos.  He wants others to play legos with him.  Unfortunately at the age of 8 he has a limited concentration span for putting Lego models … Continue reading

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Testing!! Testing!!

It’s been a long time since I have been on my jlog (Jim’s Log) and I want to say, “Can you hear me now.”  It feels good to get back into writing, although I haven’t written anything except what you … Continue reading

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