Category Archives: Joanie’s Journey

“Where The Popsicles Are” 10/22/17

Thank you all so very much. As you may have heard by now, Joanie’s story has found a place. It has been a long time coming, considering I have lived with this project since not long after she died. The … Continue reading

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Labor Day 2017

I wrote this  on a Labor Day weekend, a few years ago and today, on the eve of this weekend that signals the end of summer, I sit here and reflect on what those weekends meant to me. Melancholy has … Continue reading

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A Purse Full of Memories

If anyone has any doubt about why I am trying to get this done, read this. I wrote this some time ago, and it was published in The Lincoln Underground, a literary periodical out of Lincoln NE. A Purse Full … Continue reading

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April 9, 2017

Please indulge me on this Sunday in April, for it is a day that brings with it the memories of a night and a time I can never forget. Since it becomes more difficult with time to find something different … Continue reading

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A Remembrance

It’s been a week since the Memorial Service for my dear friend, Wayne Tanous, and thinking about how one can lose 40 plus years of a friendship in an eye blink. Wayne was as close a personal friend as I’ve … Continue reading

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