Tag Archives: Warren NJ

Two Thumbs Up For Two Words

    I came accross this earlier today on the FB page of  one of my childhood friends.  It is worth repeating and giving a “Two Thumbs Up”. The Majority of America’s problems can be solved by two words. . … Continue reading

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The Snow Turned Into Rain

The trip to visit my parents is winding down and in a few hours I’ll be on my way back to South Carolina and my version of “Realsville”. Aside from trying to help my parents with several issues, (stressing “tried”) … Continue reading

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Saturday Delivery

This story, Saturday Delivery, has nothing to do with me, other than it began six days after I was born. But…it conjures up memories of my uncle, who ran a bagel bakery, having a bag of still-warm bagels delivered to … Continue reading

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Phoenix Rising

As a young boy/teenager, I grew up in Warren, NJ. (If you drew a line following Rt. 78 from Manhattan, NY to Easton, PA, Warren is at the half-way point). My father was the police chief in town, which provided … Continue reading

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An Era of Bad Suits

Between work this weekend and assisting with a community service project (no, it’s not part of a plea bargain), I did some cleaning around my office. I went through a few boxes and came across the yearbook from my senior … Continue reading

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Pick’n Up The Pieces

I remember it like it was yesterday. I was in 6th grade, Central School, Warren, NJ and Richard Hughes, (one of the cooler kids in 1970) brought in a record by a band named Poco. I remember hearing this song … Continue reading

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Forty Acres of Paradise

This article was recently published in Aiken Family Magazine “Forty Acres of Paradise” It seems that with each issue, I develop a case of writers block as I search for a new topic. Eventually, something happens and the story is … Continue reading

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