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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Sunny side up! (02/14/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I was just thinking (that’s my nature.) Wouldn’t it be surprisingly pleasant to receive a newspaper with nothing but uplifting, human-interest stories and positive editorials, poems, and columns? As I ... 

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Creatures of habit (02/07/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

I’m just fine; it’s my body that’s turned to marshmallows. I sometimes think I’d like to go back to the world of movers and shakers. I miss those outrageous days and nights on the go. At the same t ... 

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Don’t color me old (01/31/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple with a red hat which doesn’t go, and doesn’t suit me. And I shall spend my pension on brandy and summer gloves and satin sandals, and say we’ve no money for ... 

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The gift of words (01/24/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- The first words uttered by man, “yes, dear,” may well have forged the way to the cohabitation of the sexes, leading to a strained and often dysfunctional conundrum, as we witness today. Those who beli ... 

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From consumerism to community (01/17/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- “The future does not seem as connected to the present as it once did. We feel that something big is about to happen, but none of us knows exactly what it is.” That sentiment was written by Marianne Wi ... 

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Good old standbys (01/10/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Cheers for the humble lead pencil, pantyhose, toothpick, and scissors! The multipurpose doohickey and that handy thingamajig!

Many of the old staples our parents and grandparents have depended on dow ... 

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Words of the simply wise (01/03/2010)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- In the not so distant past, I was a snob about the books I chose to read. No mindless fiction or those sappy Harlequin romances for me! However, with dictionary and thesaurus at my side, I’m beginning ... 

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If only in your dreams (12/27/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

“Makes no difference who you are – when you wish upon a star your dreams come true.”

As a New Year looms on the horizon, there will likely be a mixture of sadness and gratitude, togetherness and  ... 

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A Christmas confession (12/20/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

“Jesus is the reason for the season!”  That poster was draped across our front door during the holidays for several years. I look back, with regrets now, seeing it as a self-righteous, judgmental ac ... 

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Holiday helpers (12/13/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Back when childhood sparkled with its touch of magic and fascination, Christmastime held a deeper, more heartfelt meaning. It was in those earlier years that the preparation was a big part of the cele ... 

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