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15
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Reflections of 2017 ... part 2


In addition to making new memories, I love to think about the old days too. I’m so thankful for pictures of memories when I was a child with our horses Susie & Susie Q and my Dad driving the buggy.
Last week I decided to look back on 2017 and do a little personal reflection. Here are the answers for questions 8-10, but first I will finish the answer from last week for No. 7: What is the nicest thing someone did for you?
Mon
15
Jan
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Skol

What a win. I’m not normally a huge football fanatic, but man what a win we had from our Minnesota Vikings this past weekend. 
 
Mon
15
Jan
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Letter: Skating rink brings back memories

One of my happy childhood memories of growing up in Frazee was ice skating on the skating rink during the winter months.  
 
Mon
15
Jan
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Recalling ice harvesting on Fischer Lake

I’m not sure when Art Jahnke started the ice harvesting on Fischer Lake, but it must have been around 1920 because it was being done as far back as I can recall as a toddler.
 
Wed
10
Jan
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Reflections of 2017


More time was spent camping and roasting marshmallows in 2017. Pictured are Calla and her twin cousins Khloe & Ella.
Looking back on 2017, I think about what was good for me and my family and what needs change. Personal reflection can be a hard thing to do, but it’s good to be honest when thinking about goals and living a better life.
 
Wed
10
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Letter: What a morning

My Lord What A Morning When the Stars begin to fall.” (This is the first line of an old spiritual song). But I am using these words in reference to Michael Wolff’s book titled “Fire and Fury Inside the Trump White House.”
 
Wed
10
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Letter: The common good needs all of you!

December 2008, a Saturday 11 a.m. meeting of the American Olympic Committee, Chicago Illinois; Sochi was named for Putin’s vanity Winter Games. 
 
Wed
10
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Stand tall

The last thing anyone wants to feel about themselves, is that they are being walked all over. 
 
Sticking up for ourselves can be difficult. 
 
Wed
10
Jan
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“Insidious: The Lost Key”


Robert Garver is a graduate of the Cinema Studies program at New York University. His column is distributed every week to a network of over 50 newspapers. More of his reviews can be found online at www.bobatthemovies.com or e-mail rrg251@nyu.edu.
Wed
03
Jan
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Cooking into the new year


My delightful sous vide immersion circulator.
With all this super cold weather, I find myself in the kitchen more often testing out new gadgets and recipes.
 

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