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So How Was Our Trip to California?

So How Was Our Trip to California? By now, we’ve been home from California for a week.  But what an odd five days we had there!  I’ll give you the condensed version. For once, there were no missed connections between … Continue reading

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Two Types of Intelligence

Two Types of Intelligence We’ve been in California this past week.  That’s where I go periodically for neuropathy treatments.  This time, the improvements weren’t merely measurable but also experiential.  For example, when we were trying to get to our connecting … Continue reading

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