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The Hallucination of Days Gone By

If there’s one assumption I dislike, it’s the assumption of many from my Boomer Generation that ours was the best, most wonderful childhood time of all, when we enjoyed so many things that today’s generation does not. You’ve seen the … Continue reading

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Brushstrokes at dawn

In the wee pre-dawn hush of North Atlanta, the world holds a quiet promise. The stillness is like a canvas, blank and inviting, awaiting the colorful brushstrokes of the day’s experience. As the sky slowly lightens in grudging increments, the … Continue reading

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