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Tag Archives: Greg Brown
“Yardsticks By Which Our Lives Should Be Judged.”
1988. Ten years old. I don’t remember a solid picture but I do remember in slow motion like a slideshow. My grandparent’s house in Shaler, dressed up and not understanding why – a long black limousine pulls up in the … Continue reading
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Success Instilled in the Past Stemming to the Future
I realized as I came across the above note from what seemed a million miles away and a million years back – how lucky I have been with the people that have surrounded me. This made me smile reading this … Continue reading
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