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“The End of Labor is to Gain Leisure.” Aristotle

A friend commented the other day that it seemed that I had a large number of assorted ┬ájobs over the years and after thinking about it, decided to begin writting something on Labor Day to pay homage to assorted experiences … Continue reading

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“Oh My God, Would You Look At Those Eyes!”

A woman I had never met before, standing near me, yelled those titled words after I answered her question by replying I had not worked on the jigsaw puzzle that was on top of a small table I sat near. … Continue reading

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Remembering The Thanksgiving My Turkey Exploded

On a Thanksgiving morning in upstate New York when my children were about the ages of 9 & 7, my first wife was not feeling well and I was put in charge of Thanksgiving dinner. I had never before cooked … Continue reading

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“Good Evening Ladies…”

Those three words were my normal opening to small groups of women who would gather in someone’s apartment to watch and be amazed as I cooked a three course meal for all of them using stackable cooking pots and pans … Continue reading

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