Monthly Archives: April 2013

A Promise of Longevity: Footnote or Footprint?

Passage Four By all accounts, as I suddenly became a social history miner sifting through boxes of photographs, letters and clippings; the nine decades of footprints did tell a story. Though I knew this person as a friend for nearly … Continue reading

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A Promise of Longevity: Footnote or Footprint?

Passage Three Of Michelangelo it has been said, that he could look at a lump of stone and see the sculpted vision within before it came to life by chisel, dust and sweat. And he left a number of grand … Continue reading

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In Memoriam – A Passing at 90

Julia Marnie Delaney May 1922 – April 2013 Her 90 year promise of longevity was fulfilled largely through great health, wholesome food, fitness and rum; keeping a wide cross section of good friends from every generation over many decades and … Continue reading

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A Promise of Longevity: Footnote or Footprint?

Passage Two In the book titled “The Lost Battles” (2010), commenting on the literary works of Leonardo da Vinci, Jonathan Jones makes the point: “…for Leonardo got no closer to complete scientific theories than he did to finished works of … Continue reading

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A Promise of Longevity: Footnote or Footprint?

Passage One Spring has arrived! Well some days not so much. Perhaps it’s been this wintry time that has dragged out longer this year; that it’s taken me a while to get to this primavera musing about a promise of … Continue reading

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