January 09, 2014


Marilyn  to Connie

Health tips are much more appropriate, I think. They could learn from the vets. They always have pet health information running. Humans could use that, too.

Connie (Hanavan) Brennan

Lucky: Isn't it interesting in the differences in our country. For many years, San Diego had two newspapers, a morning and an afternoon edition. The afternoon edition was discontinued a few years ago and the morning paper might as well have been dropped too as it is so small now. My city, a San Diego suburb, has a small weekly newspaper that is free. I picked one up last week (I hadn't read it in about a year) and other than Letters to the Editor, it basically contained 8 pages of Foreclosure Notices!

On another note, I was in a medical provider's waiting room this morning. There were a few outdated magazines; however, I took my own reading material. The TV's at my provider's facilities are always tuned to health tips and news which I find informative.

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  • My name is Lucky Dog and you have opened the Lucky Dog Blog.

    I started this blog during the past great ice storm of the century in early 2007. Marilyn and Al Williams will be helping me with Marilyn doing some of the writing and Al the layout and photos.

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    Some photos from Houseman family scrapbook. Story at 1/27/07

Bill Carnell Fisherman

  • A Fish Story
    Bill Carnell Fishman Photos. Story at 2/8/07

Christmas 2007

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    Marilyn's son Ben and his family visit.

Kimberly's Wedding

    Kimberly's wedding in Springfield, MO on May 02, 2009.

Memorial Day Memories

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    Some of Marilyn's earliest memories are of visiting cemeteries - to clean up, weed and decorate the graves of beloved family members.