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Glasgow Heroes

Many of you may not remember this terrorist attack on Glasgow airport in the summer of 2007. The day before, another cell  attempted car bombs that failed in London.  I remember because we were in a Dublin hotel spending the … Continue reading

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Medal of Honor for a Hero

In the light of the terror events  this week, our nation may be calling on our heroes again soon in escalated military   campaigns. On my way to the food pantry for my Monday volunteering I heard that Anonymous has … Continue reading

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Cities in the World 2014

These are  beautiful images for your eyes today.  Now,  I want to plan trips to Australia and Brazil ! This is the Incredible World Where  We Live! What do you think of the list?   Anyone have additions or  corrections? … Continue reading

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Italian Super Trains

I  love train travel! To me it seems the best way to travel. . . . gently easing into a new place, seeing both where I have been  and  where I am going. We have traveled through Europe by train, … Continue reading

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Music Monday Eric Satie’s Three Gymnopedies

Erik Satie may be a name most of you will be unfamiliar with.  He was a  colorful French composer and pianist who lived from  1866- 1925 and was a member of the Parisian avant-garde. Satie was a sensitive, complex man … Continue reading

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