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Window on the World Column | Remodeling My Attitude

I work with houses all the time — empty and full. “It’s much easier to sell if the house is empty,” I hear myself...

Window on the World Column | The Masks Are Coming Off

The masks are coming off people; and what is apparent is what is underneath isn’t always that pretty. No one has been to the...

Window on the World Column | Time Waits for No One

Mother’s Day just passed us by in America and Australia. England celebrates theirs in March. Why the world can’t align days like this, I...

Window on the World Column | Grandmas Gone Wild

With the world starting to reopen, we were hoping to have a bit of a newsie reunion. Several of us from the newspaper industry...

Window on the World Column | Precious Lives

Downtown Soledad on a Saturday can be a bustling little place. People’s comings and goings to the hardware store, the barber or the pharmacy....

Window on the World Column | Busy People

Busy people stay busy. And not much alters with time, despite your best efforts to spend more time relaxing at home with a novel,...

Window on the World Column | The Therapy of a Passion

Years ago, I’d never received the memo that you work for your life and not the other way around. Gradually as the grey hairs...

Window on the World Column | The Marvel of a Vaccine

It was 2020 and, like a champ, I had the flu and the pneumonia vaccination in one foul swoop. It was recommended for us...

Window on the World Column | The New Normal

They say that when you do — or don’t do — something consistently for three weeks, it becomes your new habit. I’ve tried to...

Window on the World Column | Photographs and Memories

The best-made plans, as they say, are invariably subject to change. I had lots of projects in mind for the weekend ahead. Since I...
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