My Mother used to say “Gratitude is the fertile soil in which all good things grow.” And she was right. The more grateful the heart, the lighter the spirit, the happier the person. And it occurs to me that those of us who are privileged to live in this budding little metropolis of Concord, have…

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Today I want to walk for a moment on the road less traveled. Instead of my usual jocularity, political snarkery or progressive exsanguination, let’s look at an abiding and indisputable truth: I look around me today at what I’d describe as a catastrophic social disaster; many are falling ill from a virus which has triggered…

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Please share/forward or print on soft paper and use for TP, as you see fit. Over the past few days I’ve engaged with several of our elected & appointed officials to attempt to get some answers, if not some resolution to the Cornell Rd. Bridge issue.  As you know it was closed when JCDOT’s engineers…

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Well, folks, here we all are – just a hop, skip and a jump from March, 2020! It’s amazing how quick the time goes, isn’t it? I have a theory about that which maybe we’ll discuss later, but for now…. Those of you more astute types will have no doubt noticed that this is my…

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