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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Tag Archives: mortality
An old gag goes like this “I opened the door… and in flew Enza.” In 1957 an influenza pandemic struck. It flew in with a vengeance. A description follows from the web site WWW.Flu.gov. “In February 1957, a new flu … Continue reading
Till death do us part
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
Posted in Syracuse University, Uncategorized Tagged grief, grief recovery, marriage, memoir, mortality 8 Comments
Music – A Metaphor for Life
On Dec. 13, 2013, the Nathan Adelson hospice in Las Vegas held a “light up a life” memorial for patients who had died in the previous year or 2, my late wife, Margery, who died from cancer, was one of … Continue reading
Posted in Vegas 2010 -? Tagged Colon cancer, mortality, music theory 2 Comments
Marges Own Story About Her Cancer
I have created this post to keep friends and family updated about Marge. You can find more about the post by clicking the (About) button on the top of the page. Get started by reading this introduction to our website, 55 … Continue reading
Posted in Vegas 2010 -? Tagged Colon cancer, mortality 2 Comments