Monthly Archives: February 2011

Peaceful Protest

With the world, I’m watching events in Libya.  On this cold, rainy day in Boston, I see protesters standing in the cold rain in peaceful protest against tyranny. What determination. How firm their commitment! I am reminded of protests in … Continue reading

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Books in Bloom at Robbins Library

Come see Patricia featured at the Robbins Library in Arlington! She will be part of the “Books in Bloom” event being held there on Friday, March 4th from 6-9pm. From their website: The lobby of the library will be filled … Continue reading

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Eyelid Surgery, And Change

Two days ago,  I had eyelid surgery.  In the operating room the surgeon told me I would be glamorous now. Actually, I did the surgery, not for cosmetic reasons, but,  to improve my field of vision. The insurance company considered … Continue reading

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Rediscovering Fosdick’s Prayers

Last night, I reached into the drawer of my nightstand and found a book I had long forgotten was there. The book had belonged to my father-in-law, The Rev. Raymond Kepler. A thin black book with barely legible markings on … Continue reading

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Breast Milk

Enjoying the warm weather and a few days of reprieve from a hard winter, I was soaking up the sun and reading the morning paper. I came across an article about hospitals using breast milk from donors other than the … Continue reading

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Presbyterians and Same Sex Marriage

A case in the courts of the Presbyterian Church filed against a minister, The Rev. Jean Southard, for performing the marriage of two women, congregants in her church, has finally been resolved at the General Assembly (national and final)level.  The … Continue reading

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The End of the Roll story.

This is a PS ro the story about John’s birthday rolls which, as I said,k were delivered to him and consumed at his party. Except for those that we kept at home for ourselves. We are some for breakfast before … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday John and Lincoln: Have some rolls.

Today is our son John’s birthday and I am making crescent rolls. For many people, this would not be a challenge. For me, store bought is good enough and from scratch is too time consumming. But he requested the rolls. … Continue reading

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A Thank you, A Revolution, Chinese New Year, Snow

For my first post, I must thank my Granddaughter, Lenora for setting up my blog.  I am sure I will be calling on her to help me use it!  True inter-generational love and sharing…though she is doing most of the … Continue reading

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Patricia Budd Kepler – Feminist of the Month

The Veteran Feminists of America has named Patricia their Feminist of the Month for February of 2011! Be sure to check out the article about her here!

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