Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Tribute to Willie (William of Orange) who has crossed the Rainbow Bridge.

There are few things in life more heartwarming than to be welcomed by a cat. ~Tay Hohoff Willie came to us with his sister Tillie (Matilda) at eight weeks of age in Oct. 2000.  They joined Ayesha, a blue point … Continue reading

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Musical Memories

Doris Day singing, “Que Sera Sera”   Music has always played an important role in my life.  Music from my parent’s era like Jeannette Mac Donald and Nelson Eddy were favorites.  As a teenager, when I was alone, I used … Continue reading

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More about the 1930’s

The first telephone we had was black and on the wall in the hallway.  Our number was 640.  Much later it became Humboldt 82-640.  Later in the 50’s it became a completely different number beginning with Broadway instead of Humboldt.  … Continue reading

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The Moods of the Ocean

Yesterday afternoon, we arrived home from our mini vacation at Seaside, Or.  It always feels so good to get home, but we did have a wonderful time.  Our room overlooked the ocean.  We saw the moon and a couple of … Continue reading

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