Tag Archives: nostalgia

Patience, my dear girl –

I’m sitting in the local history area of the NY State Library. I’ve come to look at three newspaper articles pertaining to my school district history project. The newspaper I need has not been digitized and is still on microfilm. … Continue reading

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Embracing the past…

In the past few years, I’ve done a tremendous amount of genealogy.  I find it fascinating and have learned things I would never have known.  Why is it important to me?  I don’t have a good answer but I am … Continue reading

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Did you save them?

I’m asking if you saved your high school yearbooks.  Many may think they are a waste of time and space but I’m here to tell you that they are important pieces of history.  History, you say?  Don’t be preposterous!  Ah, … Continue reading

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Schools and History

Both topics are important to me.  I enjoyed school and not just for the social aspect. Learning is something I love.  Always an avid reader, I’m just darn curious about almost anything.  And I love history.  If I hadn’t majored … Continue reading

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What’s humming?

From time to time I talk tunes here on the blog.  I’ve never been any sort of musician, never played an instrument (except for the piano, badly), can’t sing on key if my life depended on it.  But music looms … Continue reading

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Jay Gatsby should have listened…

…because Nick Carraway was correct when he told Gatsby he couldn’t ever go back to the way things were.  We might be able to re-create the past to some extent but it is never the same.  Though I believe wholeheartedly … Continue reading

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