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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Inaccuracy of TRUTH (04/09/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Honesty establishes a harmony between our beliefs and our actions - between heart and soul." - Sigmund Freud

"The truth will come out in the end," is an ancient maxim used often by parents  ... 

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A mother’s visit (04/02/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- March 4, 2006: We are immersed in the sounds of our youngest son's home...how they fill an empty nest's void with warm-blooded life. Spurts of a new era's activity commingle with frames unreeling from ... 

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Dearly departed (03/26/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Often times, silence speaks the loudest.

Hollow echoes of footsteps levitate from hardwood floors, through sullen rooms. Heavy with age, velvet drapes sag across blank windows. Walls, stiff and cold, ... 

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The old neighborhood II (03/19/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- As we travel to our camper in Chetek, we pass through many bergs with storefronts boarded up. All over the countryside abandoned barns and deserted farms tell the tale. Yet, one will find rural commun ... 

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Doohickeys and hubbies (03/06/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- by Janet Lewis Burns

I kid you not - Websters New World acknowledges whatchamacallit as a legitimate word, defined as a thingamajig. What's more, if you ask for your doohickey, you won't be grammat ... 

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There’s an adage for that (02/26/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "It's a good thing to have all the props pulled out from under us occasionally. It gives us some sense of what is rock under our feet and what is sand." - Madeleine L'Engle

It's a revelation revisit ... 

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Give us this day (02/19/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Insight on walking up a steep hill backwards: "It's a psychological trick that helps make a steep ascent easier: you stay focused on how much you've already accomplished rather than being overwhelmed  ... 

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Identity theft (02/12/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "It's not what someone calls you, but what you answer to that matters." Thanks Maya Angelou!

Name-calling has been going on since the first word spoken - "mine." Recently looking back in time and s ... 

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Out of the blue (02/06/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- "Look at me now! Say chirp, chirp! Oh, darn!" I can tell you exactly how long it takes a songbird to flee its perch when it hears the stealth of a human invading its territory.

I can do you one bet ... 

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What retirement isn’t (01/29/2006)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I recently gave up my bookkeeping job down at M&M Lawn & Leisure in Rushford. It's mainly about driving on treacherous winter roads. I'm not comfortable with the notion of "retirement" yet.

I'd assu ... 

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