San Diego

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Not at all …

My husband died 3 years ago, so I understand “isolation”.  This crisis has brought home how much I miss the actual contact of friends:  the clasp of hands, the hugs, pat on the shoulder.  Shopping is a challenge now, rather than a pleasure.  Eating inside a restaurant, sharing that time with family & friends, not…
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Yellow ribbon to feel

The yellow ribbon in my eyes is to show support to Healthcare and all frontline workers. Meaning nurses, fire, police, truck drivers, teachers, government, you get the idea. Any one who is working to keep us going and healthy. It’s April 24, 2020 and I’ve been overwhelmed by how many people feel the same. The…
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My Grandma taught me what’s going on in the world.

My Mom passed away on Labor Day 2018** i was 7 yrs old i always visit my grandparents in San Diego ** I now live with my grandparents i had to move from Las Vegas and change my school and friends** i was just getting settled from my mom being gone and all the new…
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The Art of Being Grateful

I first visited San Diego when I was 17 (1980) and completely fell in love with it, the weather, access to the ocean and marine animals and birds. I knew the first time I stood and looked out at the horizon from Children’s Beach that it was “home” for me and I’d come back. At…
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