Category Archives: Stratford

Thoughts of Stratford, 2022

  The more I think about it, the less likely I think it is to happen. It has been a few years since we have been to Canada, much less Stratford. It is questionable whether or not we shall be … Continue reading

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Day 124 of the Pandemic, it ain’t over, the Stratford Festival and Charlie

I just finished my morning routine of flexibility exercises and of opening the house and airing it out. I only did two of the levels as the upper one has people, even kids, still sleeping. It is gray and the … Continue reading

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Madam Secretary, Borgen, and Zlatomir Moldovanski

At the present time, we are watching Madam Secretary, a show that we are finding to be particularly interesting. Our Deerfield friends who moved away almost as quickly as we discovered them, suggested it to us. We had been talking … Continue reading

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Day Four in Stratford: Nathan the Wise and Henry VIII

« I don’t believe we ever lose the supersitions of our race. We drink them in with our mother’s milk, and we may mock them but they are bred into our bones. » — Knight Templar in Nathan the Wise This is … Continue reading

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Day One of Stratford 2019

I got up at. 6:00 AM. We were pretty much out the door by 7:30 AM, not in a major rush, and I was stymied, in fact, by the fact that I was running into neighbors as I walked the … Continue reading

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