Tag Archives: Lisbon High School

Spring So Beloved

On January 6, 1979, Eloise Jordan’s New Year’s column in the Lewiston Evening Journal’s Magazine was what I like to call “weather and seasons.” Looking out over the year ahead she wrote: “We know the January blizzard that flares over … Continue reading

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The Blue Chair

It seemed like a good blog post idea at the time. I lost my “mojo” and now I’m not so excited about it.

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A Little Holiday “Yay!”

It’s hard to believe that more than a month has gone by since my 30th class reunion. What’s even harder to believe is that I didn’t write a blog post about it sooner. The event was wonderful in almost every … Continue reading

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When You’re Tall

Saturday night is my 30th high school reunion. For no particular reason or maybe because I’m the tallest person on the reunion committee, I will be giving a few prepared remarks after the buffet and before we start dancing to … Continue reading

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Where Everyone Knows My Name

I went home last weekend.  I needed to do some work in my garden and I needed to make sure Uncle Bob was “ok.”  On Saturday morning, I loaded up the Jeep in my usual way and left The Coop … Continue reading

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Dairy Maid Saturday Night

It took all week to recover from the Moxie Hangover, but everyone at home is back on the beam again.  My brother and his bride, Miss Mary, are off to Bar Harbor to celebrate their 30th anniversary, Uncle Bob’s string … Continue reading

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Dear Aunt Tomato – Cold Weather Crops

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