Archives For Death


By Felina Silver Robinson

I missed you yesterday but sometimes even life gets in the way. There is a lot to do when you are preparing to be snowbound for at least 48 hours. There are a lot of provisions that you need and people you need to check on. I was happy to still fit in my morning workout including another 5,582 steps on the WiiFit followed by Yoga. All anyone could and would talk about is snow, snow and more snow. The oldest twin is still upset that her midterm schedule has been upset and that the start of the new quarter will begin two days later.

Yesterday, I kept saying that I didn’t believe that we would get what the by the predicted amount of snow due to the feel in the air. The temperature feels slightly warmer than what it has been in the past when we have had higher amounts of snow. At about 6:30am the snow accumulation looked like this IMG_1322[1]

A couple of more hours passed and it was somewhat worse. IMG_1325[1] Thankfully, it’s nice and soft with the exception for the icy snow the snow plow tosses back at you. It’s been somewhat annoying to have to shovel the fire hydrant in front of our house 6 times already. But it’s better to be safe than sorry. I’m just grateful that the town is actually good about plowing our street. I know some streets in Medford often unattended to for hours even more than 24 hours, which I don’t like knowing that My mother-in-law, and sister-in-law live there and two out of the three are diabetics. This is not good in an emergency! Every street matters.

Please keep in mind that the snow ban is still in effect for most, while having been lifted for some. For those of you driving, please drive safely!

In the midst of all the snow, I learned about the death of a wonderful, warmhearted, skilled man known as Sidewalk Sam Bob Guillemin, also known as “Sidewalk Sam,” created chalk and paint artwork in the streets. It’s devastating when anyone dies, but hurts slightly more when it is someone with such talent and with such kindness of heart wanting only to make others happy. I’m hopeful that he along with all those loving friends and family members that he now leaves behind can find peace and comfort as he journeys on in his new home in the heavens.

Onward with the day, stay safe, be helpful, and stay smart!

All is well in just another day in the life of ME!

 


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Mr. Cub
Chicago Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks and former Cubs coach Buck O’Neil talk about the career of “Mr. Cub” at Wrigley Field, including his 500th homer and statue dedication. (John Owens/Chicago Tribune)
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Retro News Wednesday Just For You

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

1) Outrageous News Bloopers

2) 1970s News Clips On Gay Rights

3) Stock Footage – Grime and Crime in New York 1970s – Public Transportation Issues

4) Youth Terror: Behind The Gun 1976 Documentary Clip

5) The Devils Rebels 1976 News Footage

6) KTLA 70s Fashion Segment with Crystal Fambrini

7) 70’s String Art Tutorial, Decor it Yourself

8) 70s NBC TODAY Show Open NBC News Jane Pauley Gene Shalit Iran Crisis II Retro 1979

9) NBC News Coverage of the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks (Part 1 of 2)

10) NBC News Coverage of the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks (Part 2 of 2)


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