Monthly Archives: July 2010

A coveted room with a view…

A favorite past time of mine is to wander into antique stores or to just walk the streets of San Francisco just to see the architectural attributes of the homes, whether they are modern, Victorian or architecturally somewhere in between. … Continue reading

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Perspicacious

In the days of my mother’s last go around with the aging process, when she was chair-bound for the last few years of her life, I came to know a different side of my mother that I didn’t really know … Continue reading

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Continental Express

One of the most passionate subjects which has always interested me since childhood is the story of my Great Great Grandmother’s life. There are several aspects of her life that are interesting, growing up in Quebec, crossing the continent on … Continue reading

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Tea Time!

A friend invited me to tea, seven years ago. Last week, I finally met him for tea, at the Secret Garden in San Francisco on Lincoln Street. I felt as though I had stepped into a London Tea Shop, complete with … Continue reading

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Conscious particles of Dust….

       Can it be said that dust is at the root of all creation? It lives, it thrives, and it continues whether we dust our shelves, desks, tables and windows – it always sneaks back, even though we think we … Continue reading

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