Thoughts for the Day

September 27, 2010

Canterbury Cathedral Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was not only a Jesuit priest but he was well known as a palaeontologist. Among other accomplishments, he was involved in uncovering the skull of the Peking man. As someone with a mind of both the spiritual and the scientific worlds, he has inspired me in several ways. A […]

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Happy Birthday!

May 29, 2010

Here are some famous (and infamous) people who celebrate their birthday today! 1630 – Charles II, King of England was born. 1736 – Patrick Henry, American hero 1903 – Bob Hope, Comedian 1917 – John F. Kennedy, US President 1935 – Gordon Taylor, British anesthesiologist (retired) 1989 – Danielle Keough, Elvis Presley’s granddaughter I send […]

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Music From Another Era

January 23, 2010

  One of my earliest memories was hearing my parents play and sing together. My dad played the piano, while my mother played the violin. Sometimes they sang together in performances, not just at home. I started playing piano at the early age of five, gradually adding in violin and French horn.   Many times […]

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A Pink Birthday Party!

September 26, 2009

  Every year on my birthday, I do something a little special on this blog in honor of myself. This year, I’m taking myself back to a “little girl in pink” with a trip to the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Honolulu. For the past twelve years, always over Labor Day weekend, I have gone to […]

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