FROM THE DOWNHILL SLOPE

LIFE THEN    STATE STREET The house I was born in was at the end of the Red Arrow, now SEPTA—I think, trolley line connecting my home town of Media with Philadelphia at the 69th Street Terminal.  The house was a large federal colonial type house on a large plot of land.  My grandfather, Judge …

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FROM THE DOWNHILL SLOPE

LIFE NOW    September 20, 2010  David report.  He  had an MIA this morning. The tests are back and the decision—surgery.  He has to give up his gall bladder.  His first reaction was a definite “No.”  For those of you not in the know, he had a 5 pound tumor removed in June and it was not …

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