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Union MLS Cup

On November 5, the Philadelphia Union lost to Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC) for the MLS Cup title.   It was a thrilling game.   At the end of the regulation game, after 90 minutes, it was 2 – 2.   In the overtime, with about 4 minutes to go, the LAFC goalie, Maxine Crépeau,

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Middlebury Field Hockey

You know by now that I love to watch Field Hockey. Mostly because of my friends.   Last weekend, I watched the NCAA Semi-finals against Penn State and North Carolina. Penn State lost. I was proud of the team this year.   On Sunday, the Championship was won by North Carolina, beating Northwestern.   On

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Wiz

Aphasia sucks, but it makes me fun every day.   My brain works fine. I see something, and I know what I saw, and the story in my brain tells what I want to say, but then the words don’t work.   When I try to say what I want, I need to figure out

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Quinnipiac? Seriously?

How many people go to Quinnipiac College? According to Google, there are about 6,800 undergraduate and 3,000 graduate students. Penn State has about 40,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduates.   I was one of the Penn State undergraduates in 1977.   I have never been to see Quinnipiac College. However, there is a connection between Quinnipiac

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Aphasia Awareness June 22; 100 Years of USA Field Hockey Event – Humanitarian Award and Courage

“Aphasia is lonely. Frustrating. Heart-breaking. It is often misunderstood,”   My ability can affect language skills. Every day I try to discuss it with people.    Last week I went to the 100 Years of USA Field Hockey event at the Union League in Philadelphia on Saturday, June 18. Many people attended that night.  

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