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Gratitude on Veterans Day

In memory of all who served, including my father Vincent Paul Moravec Sr. in WWII, pictured here with his wartime sweetheart, my mom. My mother’s father, Paul Howe of Beaver PA, served in both World Wars. In 1917 he lied about his age to join up and claims to be the first American soldier to […]

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International Woman of Mystery

My mother lost her younger brother Paul Keveney Howe early on.  He died of kidney failure in 1969 at age thirty-eight.  The night she got home from helping her parents through the loss of their only son, I remember her saying, “It’s the oddest thing.  I never really knew my brother.  I don’t have very […]

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When I’m Sixty-Four

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then two pictures can tell a great story. Various diseases can affect the muscles that can slow the flow of blood, lead to erectile disfunction. Most likely you already read slightly about it. Studies demonstrated, that both men and women suffer from sexual dysfunctions. A lot of […]

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