Monthly Archives: April 2008

Visiting Philadelphia

A recent email from Pat Johnson Hewett about plans to be in Philadelphia this summer for a wedding reminded me I should revisit a description today’s Philadelphia. Seniors can travel from as far away as Wilmington, Trenton, or Norristown by … Continue reading

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The Atheist

A few days ago, I was talking to a woman who also went to Penn State in the 1950s, but five years before me, so she was gone by the time I got there and our paths never crossed.  We … Continue reading

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My First Latté

I feel I have finally joined the twenty-first century—I had my first latté. (I even had to pull the container out of the trash to see how to spell it.) I had a coupon from Dunkin Donuts to try theirs, … Continue reading

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