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Out and About Blog by Norm Stutesman

Out and About for week of Feb. 16

 I hope that everyone had a wonderful Valentines Day. I was very fortunate to receive twelve special cards from my best friend. I used to wonder how someone could say, “Just give me a card. I don’t need a present.” It’s amazing that, as you grow older, cards seem to mean so much. They don’t wear out or break, you ...

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Out and About for week of Feb. 9

OUT AND ABOUT  by Norm Stutesman        A phrase I’ve heard more than once says, “If you don’t care for the weather in Michigan, wait five minutes and it will change.” I think you need to wait a little longer than five minutes, but you must admit that our weather can be unpredictable at times.     A month or ...

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Out and About for week of Feb. 2

OUT AND ABOUT  by Norm Stutesman      I must apologize for a mistake I made in last week’s column. I didn’t notice it, my wife missed it, and the newspaper overlooked it. In mentioning the Super Bowl, I gave the impression that it was to be played in Arizona. Anyone who cares or watched the game knows that it was ...

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Out and About for January 26th

OUT AND ABOUT  by Norm Stutesman      I’m not feeling well. I have a fever. No, it’s not the kind of fever that accompanies a cold or influenza. It’s called “Cabin Fever”. Webster’s New World Dictionary and Thesaurus defines Cabin Fever as “a condition of increased anxiety caused by being confined or isolated”. Now, as the creator of a column ...

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Out and About for December 30th

I’d like to take a moment or two to recognize and thank a few people. As 2008 ends and some of us think of New Year’s resolutions, the one thing that comes to mind is thanking those who normally don’t receive enough recognition. I’m talking about

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Out and About for December 23rd

This is a very special time of the year. It doesn’t matter what religious beliefs you have, it is a time of celebration. For me, the day after tomorrow is Christmas. I personally feel that it has become too commercialized. Too much emphasis has been placed on shopping for gifts that we can’t really afford, and not enough emphasis has ...

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