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Happy Birthday America

What a beautiful, quiet start to the day, coffee in hand, sitting on the porch swing. The birds are chirping and singing; the chickens are cackling, and Daisy is calmly taking it all in.

American Flags

Happy Birthday America

I have often been asked why we don’t move closer to my place of work, why drive the 500+ miles a week? It’s because I really like where we live. It’s mornings like this that make me smile and thank God that Linda and I were given the opportunity  to purchase this land in 1987. The opportunity to change this plot of Earth from an empty field, to a home that we could raise our two children on.

That was the same hope men and women had when they started sailing to this continent many years ago. It was the same hope men and women had when they started west in covered wagons. They just wanted their own little spot on Earth to call home.



Common Courtesy

I’ve had this discussion several times with friends. It’s extremely frustrating to get caught behind these drivers who are oblivious to the fact that there is anyone but themselves on the highway.

I drive I-91 from Greenfield, MA to Springfield, MA daily to get to work, and along with the reminder to “Use ya blinkah!” the electronic signs along the highway will occasionally flash a message about the left lane being used for passing only. Until drivers start being cited for it though, this will continue to be an issue.

The left lane is for passing, not for cruising

You slow-driving, left-lane hoggers know who you are.

Read the entire article by STARRE VARTAN  June 20, 2018, 10:22 a.m. At the following link

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