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Adopto-Family

We had to drop my daughter off at Detroit Metro. I like Detroit Metro (DTW). It is easy getting in and out, being immediately off the freeway. There were no big crowds and it was modern, open and clean. In... Continue Reading →

BioFamily Reunion

Back to Angola, Indiana... Daughter, wife and I flew from LAX to Chicago Midway and then took a rental car across to Angola where the family reunion was.  It took 3 hours to drive across to a motel I'd rented... Continue Reading →

Family

I've beeing putting this off. It is too emotionally intense and there is so much I want to say, so I'm tackling this in bites. I hope some of my readers don't mind a bit of soap opera. This is... Continue Reading →

Sunshine Blogger Award

I got tagged. Actually, I've been tagged a couple of times in the distant past and didn't think I was interesting enough to respond.  I don't think of myself as sunny or particularly bright so responding to this has me... Continue Reading →

Aspie Life – Revised

What the hell am I? I am a Martian. I look around at these strange alien people. Their customs are a mystery to me. Their behavior defies logic. They speak and write but their most important communication is encrypted. They... Continue Reading →

Hot – hot – hot!

Yesterday it was 108. The saving grace is that the humidity was 13%. The swamp cooler worked admirably.  Inside it never got over 77. Today, not so lucky. At 2pm it is 101 but the humidity is 26%. Inside it is... Continue Reading →

Rats!

Yeah. Rodents. In my attic. From there they invaded my garage. I don't hate rats in general. Just those who invade my house. I love squirrels. And chipmunks and even gophers. In Caddy Shack everyone roots for the gopher, right?... Continue Reading →

Don’t Mess With Grandpa

I'm getting older. There is far more sand in the bottom of my hourglass than the top. I don't need a calendar to tell me this. I know it in my body.

Another day, another death in the family.

I am about to bury my mother-in-law. She was just over a hundred years old. I knew her for longer than I knew my adoptive mother, who died at 55. I have buried many people. My biological mother died a... Continue Reading →

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