Monthly Archives: May 2013

A classic elegy about life and death

With my four eighty-something and ninety-something parents and parents-in-law still with us, Mr Gray’s classic poem (with oft borrowed phrases like the madding crowd) is worth a reflective peek.   Wikipedia does a good job, in my opinion, analyzing Gray’s … Continue reading

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What a Friday!

Well, Facebook has been a public corporation for one year.  The FB nation is almost a billion strong – so Mark Z. must be doing some things right. Hopefully the ~7000 Bike to Work riders will be safe on our … Continue reading

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A 62nd National Day of Prayer (May 2nd)

Congressman Forbes shared these words which I convey to others online: “A Nation Founded in PrayerBy Congressman Randy ForbesMay 2, 2013 The greatness of a nation comes from its foundation.  Today marks the 62nd annual observance of the National Day of … Continue reading

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