Marguerite Gentry Sisco, my mother, sometime just before or after I was born, or about 70 years ago. My dear cousin, Charlie Johnson is on the pony. Charlie left us, at age 79, about a month ago. The photos came … Continue reading
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Every time I visit the nation’s capitol, particularly when driving around in DC with somebody who knows their way around, I am struck by how spectacularly Small it is. I mean in area. For that many people to coexist with … Continue reading
The first leg started out pleasant, an unhurried drive to Branson airport, a plane change in Atlanta that involved merely strolling across from Gate 7 to gate 4 in the same terminal and grabbing a sandwich along the way, and … Continue reading
A foray down out of the city and southwest across the Virginia countryside, past battlefields, monuments and headquarters sites from the Civil and Revolutionary wars set among a remarkably gentle and civilized backdrop that is on the move, cautiously, from … Continue reading
Just a few for now. Things are still way too busy! -m
Off the road and holed up in fancy digs in Falls Church, VA, across the street from the apartment of my friend Judy Findlay. A good visit last night over dinner that left me lots to think about. Condolences today … Continue reading