Monthly Archives: May 2011

Memorial Day Weekend 2011 – Part 3

Miniature Golf and the Crow’s Nest Course, celebrating with the House Pirate at the finish line.  Over to the amusement rides, then topping it off at Martell’s.  Even mid-afternoon, on this final day of the three day weekend, our little … Continue reading

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The Secret Lies in the Mind and Heart, Not in the Arm

They came 7,430 strong to FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood, NJ tonight, and chances are the majority were there to see Phillies major league center-fielder Shane Victorino make the second of his two rehab starts for their single A affiliate, the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Weekend Part 2

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Memorial Day Weekend Teases Summer Back to Life

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At What Age Can Babies Respond To Stereovision Targets?

In previous blog posts we’ve talked about the uniqueness of random dot stereo targets.  This morning I had the pleasure of a visit in the office with our grandson, Ethan, and his dad — Dr. Dan — decided to do … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Baseball, It’s About Resilience

Wilson Valdez and I share only two things in common: 1) We were both born on May 20 2) We love baseball. The big difference between Wilson Valdez and me is that he gets paid to play baseball, about which … Continue reading

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Legends On and Off the Field

As is the custom for all major league ball clubs who lose an iconic figure, Harmon Killebrew’s jersey will be hanging in the Minnesota Twins dugout from today onward, for the rest of the season.  Killer, as he was known … Continue reading

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