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  • Fond Remembrances (1970-part 2) by Lew Duffey 9/22/2010 10:45:47 AM
    I would like to reflect back on those years I wrote about yesterday. I must say the very happiest times of my life was while at the National Academy of Broadcasting and the years afterward when I worked as a DJ at a radio station in Orange, Vir... more

  • Nicaragua, twenty years on... by Jerome Parisse 9/20/2010 5:02:59 PM
    I recently went back to Nicaragua to visit friends. It was twenty years since I had lived there myself, and I couldn’t help reflect on the changes that have happened all over the country. I was twenty-four when I left Paris for Managua, staying away ... more

  • Going crazy by John Rockie Coppolella 9/19/2010 9:55:33 AM
    A little catching up on my State of affairs, here in the deep south. That's all, just a little sit down info, before the next point and click happens. Hurry, before Bridget blasts that darn alarm again!... more

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  • Stabbed by my dad for taking a slice of bread by Mike Coatesworth 9/10/2010 4:21:19 AM
    FIND A SOFT SPOT TO LAND ON Stabbed by my dad for taking a slice of bread, abandoned by my birth mother at the age of 2 years, abused and tortured until I was finally hospitalised by my stepmother, I, along with my 4 siblings were brought up by our... more

  • Low Arvie silage - Done! by Linda Watson 9/1/2010 7:49:56 AM
    Hi Am feeling pretty smug at the moment! My plan has worked out perfectly for our 2010 grass cutting strategy. First cut in the warm dry weather at the the end of June produced 90 bales of cow rocket fuel. Then we sat back and watched the... more

  • (Bonus Blog) BUT WHO’S COUNTING? by Robert A. Mills 8/25/2010 8:36:02 AM
    (Don’t miss the DICOVERY CHANNEL tonight at 10 PM EDT-—find out how grandson Lt. Col. Jason Pifer got where he is today!) It’s difficult enough at my age (a year younger than Sean Connery,) but remembering thirty-seven minutes ago is a ... more

  • Low Arvie and the 'thrill' of free publicity by Linda Watson 8/11/2010 10:37:16 PM
    Hi I just had to blog today about our appearance in 'Dumfries and Galloway Life' magazine! I was thrilled when we were called by their feature writer to appear in September's edition as part of an article about our village. The lady came a... more

  • Back at Low Arvie by Linda Watson 8/10/2010 1:51:22 AM
    Hi I haven't blogged for a few days but I'm now back at Low Arvie after a hectice week down in England. My cousin's husband is swiftly reaching then end, we think, and its all very sad. We are hoping that he has a bit longer to enj... more

  • Sad time at Low Arvie by Linda Watson 8/5/2010 10:17:08 AM
    I'm sorry that I have not blogged lately as I am quite sad at the state of my cousin's husband. I went to see him yesterday and feel that I may not see him again. I have known him since I was fourteen. I will be back with my Low Arvie news... more

  • New Low Arvie blog by Linda Watson 8/1/2010 12:45:37 PM
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  • Low Arvie news by Linda Watson 7/26/2010 2:11:45 AM
    HI again, Well, your silence has been deafening - no responses to my plea for contacts, but never mind, things have been moving on The Ladies of Low Arvie front. I have been receiving some wonderful feedback on my other websites and... more

  • THE WEDDING by Robert A. Mills 7/24/2010 5:46:58 AM
    There are a number of reasons why I don’t envy former president Bill Clinton, but right now chief among them is his duty to walk his only daughter down the tear-stained and infamous center aisle. Chelsea, at long last, is getting hitched nex... more

  • BUTTERFLIES ARE HAPPY by Robert A. Mills 7/17/2010 5:26:02 AM
    Today, the 17th, marks another birthday—whoopee!—this time, one year shy of a monumental benchmark that will establish me as a bona fide octogenarian. It brings to mind that Rodney Dangerfield often is credited for the cliché, “If I knew I was going... more

  • The clock has started ticking by rob bear 7/10/2010 4:02:09 PM
    I have mailed my manuscript to my publisher.... more

  • A Rose by any Other Name by Tichaona M Chinyelu 7/6/2010 1:20:36 PM
    I do not possess the name I was given at birth. ... more

  • Trying by Elisabeth Barstowe 7/3/2010 1:19:12 AM
    For years now I've had this idea about a story I want to write. I have the story line pretty clear, and I think it would make a good story worth while reading. My problem is I just can't seem to make more than poems out of it, I can't stop ... more

  • Low Arvie worries by Linda Watson 6/17/2010 8:39:03 PM
    To cut or not to cut - that is the question.... more

  • Low Arvie welcomes new arrivals by Linda Watson 6/10/2010 12:52:43 PM
    I am still in Warwick until Saturday wrestling with Michael and Tabitha. Its crunch time for them - will they go off into the sunset together or not? Will they finally say goodbye to the lake and hello to Paris or Rome? Tomorrow should provide the... more

  • Linda's wedding yesterday by Linda Watson 6/6/2010 11:23:24 PM
    You can't guess what nearly happened yesterday to me! I told you I was going to my niece's wedding - well I nearly missed it! I was up early (5.45am) with Catherine's dogs and came back to my apartment at 7. I messed about a bit and blogge... more

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