By Barbara A Walsh, The Maine Monitor —
As she drops the cotton swabs between the tiny teeth on the conveyor belt chain, Irene Chase cannot help but wonder, “Where is this one going today?”
“Is it going to a hospital, or the armed forces, or is it going to a foreign country?” Chase silently muses.
When the first sign of intelligent life visits us from space, it won’t be a giant saucer hovering over New York. More likely, it will be an alien civilization’s trash.
Avi Loeb, chair of Harvard’s Department of Astronomy, believes he’s already found some of that garbage.
By Philip C. Groce, The Buzz—
It was not easy for Channa, in her early 20’ s, to lose both her mother and father to illnesses, and also to have her twin sister severely injured in a car accident. Channa Putansu (then, Munroe) had a premonition of her sister’ s accident, and when she did not show up for breakfast, Channa knew what had happened—common with twins. Historically, when Channa was much younger, her parents had started Bilbo Baggins in Camden.
By Barbara Walsh, The Maine Monitor
A pastor and his wife, both suffering from COVID-19, were together through the final moments of a half-century marriage because of the efforts of a loving doctor and a do-what-it-takes Houlton hospital.
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