Monthly Archives: July 2017

Mini-University (Days 9 & 10)

June 17 Heading Home [We’ve graduated, diplomas in hand.  You may have noticed back in the beginning that the Super and I had a gold star on our Mini-University name tags.  That meant that we were “freshman.”  Last year, Reetz … Continue reading

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Ode to Theatre L’Homme Dieu

Commentary: Live theater adds to quality of life By Tom Obert Today at 4:44 p.m.  Echo Press, July 12, 2017 “Whoever neglects the arts when he is young has lost the past and is dead to the future.” Sophocles said that. I … Continue reading

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Mini-University (Days 7 & 8)

June 15 Bloomington & Nashville [Walking through the Tree Suite classroom area, likely on my way to Dogwood, and we find an outdoor courtyard.  It appears to be a nice place to contemplate one’s navel.] [We have finished the day … Continue reading

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Mini-University (Days 5 & 6)

June 13 Bloomington [Aaaah, two of my favorite subjects back in the day . . . ] [In our morning classes, the Super took Natural Disasters: A New Look at the Collections of the Lilly Library – Christoph Irmscher, while I, … Continue reading

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Mini-University (Days 3 & 4)

Preface No. 3:  By pure happenstance, I ran across this while dining at our golf club last night.  It’s an article by Amy, our “fearless leader,” about our local Senior College in “Generations” magazine, Spring 2017. June 11 Bloomington [Hail, … Continue reading

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Mini-University (Days 1 & 2)

Preface:  For many years the Super and I have visited Indiana University’s (IU) alumni camp in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, for the first week of August.  Folks from that camp, including the Super’s sister Rita, are now also doing a full … Continue reading

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Oh, Canada! (Day 13)

May 16 Salem [Our last day of the trip before heading home.  And uffda, wouldn’t you know – a beautiful day on tap for the Boston area.] [We decided to take advantage of the weather and just walk to and … Continue reading

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