Monthly Archive: November 2017

Nov
17

If only the world were more like Jeopardy

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The world is crazy these days and can get me down in the dumps. But I have approximately thirty minutes of solace each weekday when I watch Jeopardy. When the show is over, I am disappointed it can’t go on forever. Jeopardy provides me with what I would like to see more of today. The …

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Nov
13

Artisans and artifacts

Just my type © Ellen Wade Beals, 2017

This weekend I went to a craft show called Show of Hands, put on by Orange Beautiful, and held at Architectural Artifacts.  I was impressed with the talent and creativity of the 82 artists there. And, I was able to start my Christmas shopping and buy some stocking stuffers. I also enjoyed walking the two …

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Nov
07

Prayers and Thoughts & Action and Policy

Maples © Ellen Wade Beals, 2017

This won’t be a long post because I don’t have much to report. The news is dismal because there has been another mass shooting. I concur with today’s  Chicago Tribune editorial, “How to help prevent the next gun massacre,” which concludes: “Each mass shooting in America is its own terrible story that can’t be undone. …

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