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Snow Day By Gerri Brousseau

Despite the fact that the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, indicated we would have early spring (which we very well still may get), here in Connecticut we have had quite a bit of snow yesterday. It was that wet, sticky, heavy snow … Continue reading

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Times Are Changing by Gerri Brousseau

I usually spend every Sunday with my Grand-Daughter. She is 22 months old, walking (more like running), climbing, and talking. She comes out with some phrases that make me really laugh out loud. She’s completely adorable. This past Sunday she … Continue reading

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A Walk Down Memory Lane by Gerri Brousseau

I have been giving a lot of thought to the way things were when I was a kid. It was a different life, a simpler time. Stamps were five cents and gas was under fifty cents per gallon. We had … Continue reading

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