Tag Archives: ” Jean-Francois Millet

“Senior” Hikers Travel Through Time

As a writer, one of my favorite sayings has always been “A good story is more about the story than about the truth.” How true how true. This past Tuesday, I joined the “Senior” hikers, and my maxim came home to hit … Continue reading

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Reaping What You Sow

Retirement is tricky. When people ask me what I “do,” I always hesitate. If I say that I’m retired, that sounds as though I am sitting on the front porch in a rocking chair. Maybe I’m wearing black, lace-up shoes and … Continue reading

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Cruising on the Canal lateral a la Loire

April has come and gone. London is done . And now it is May. I write from France. The showers have followed us. Yesterday, May first was glorious, but today is May second, and we have returned to skies the … Continue reading

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