Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Tale of Two Squirrels

I live in an apartment in an established, older neighborhood.  It has large trees which provides cover to a variety of birds and homes to a lot of squirrels.  Last year, I wrote about the birds that visited my bird … Continue reading

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You Can’t Do It All For Free

I have a number of friends who are professional musicians.  Some have made it to the big time, and some make a living, but are not household names.  Some live in large metropolitan areas, others live in small towns and … Continue reading

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Go With What You Know

I have to admit to a guilty pleasure.  I found out a few years ago that I like Taylor Swift as a songwriter.  I don’t own any of her recordings, and I don’t listen to the radio stations that play … Continue reading

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Will April be the New December?

Recently, I sat down and looked at the Charitable Giving Reports for 2012 and 2013.  As I read through the information in front of me, I noticed something I had known for some time, but I still found it interesting.  … Continue reading

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