Category Archives: The Small Pictures

Mom’s Lilacs

Good weather has given me an opportunity to leave the gym’s treadmill behind and head outside for my stroll.  I have a 7 mile loop that I walk in Woodbury, and with trees in flower I pass by any number of … Continue reading

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Turning the Tables on Dad!

So let’s just say that sometimes you see someone and you just can’t place where you have seen them before.  You scratch your head.  Perhaps you are seeing them out of context? You run thru possible connections…  maybe a parent … Continue reading

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Mom & Indian Nuts

Mom had a fastidious nature, and often pursued activities that required attention to detail.  And more important, it would be the small pieces of endeavor that produced a finished result of significantly greater scale.  This could be seen in her collection of … Continue reading

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Washing of the Hands

Passover, Passover, Passover… I love it today.  I loved it when we lived at 25 Alston Avenue.  I can remember that in advance of the Holiday a station wagon would drive up to our house and park in the driveway … Continue reading

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