Marge and I being married in 1960
Marge’s 1961 birthday photo
I have removed these fingernail slideshows and replaced them with a separate slideshow post. You can access it by clicking on the link at the bottom of each subsequent posts.
I am now placing the most recent slideshow at the top in reverse chronological order. I can't easily re-do that for the few already posted, but this method should be more user friendly. I usually limit a single show to 25 or less images.
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Memories from past letters of mine. Also commentary now on those memories. We are now into the fall of 1978. The cold and cough season is upon us but nothing serious. I receive the official notification that I am now a Professional Engineer in PA, a goal that I worked on for a year. I was proud of this achievement. I was also proud of getting the truck ready for use as a tow vehicle. I now realized that I included much about Margery. I make what amends that I can here. Continue reading
Life and death, sex and solitude, remembrance, log cabin, childhood memories, small towns, reconnecting Continue reading
Allentown November, very proper British clothes, car wreck, our music interests, ending in Thanksgiving. Continue reading
Sex!! where would we be without it? Of course, you wouldn’t be at all, unless you were conceived miraculously. Christianity, Buddhism, aboriginal beliefs, and other religious systems have similar tales, so that idea is part of our Jungian collective unconscious thereby explaining the mystery … Continue reading
WORK Lyrics -Anna Louisa Walker Coghill “Work through the morning hours; Work while the dew is sparkling, Work ’mid springing flowers; Work when the day grows brighter, Work in the glowing sun; Work, for the night is coming, When man’s … Continue reading
Writing is an unnatural act, as Charles Darwin observed. It is so for me as it was for him. I remember living in Binghamton when Ingrid was 3 years old. We both enjoyed taking a stroll down Leroy street. One … Continue reading
We married in 1960. The service was conducted by the chaplain of the S.U. chapel and as I recall the ending of the marriage vows finished with the phrase which is the subject of this post. This is then followed by … Continue reading