Small Worlds are Intersting
I have many small world stories. We meet someone who knows that an unexpected place or finding for one share a friend with another person. This is the definition of a “small world”. This doesn’t work if no one asks a question or comment. In my life, I always ask questions. Maybe I am curious or just friendly. With Aphasia, it is different to get something started. I need to continue to do this to get these stories again. With my current world stories, I get the missed of my recollection. With photographs and google, I can add some stories. Maybe my friends can ask some of them for me.
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
Everyone knew about Jackie Robinson. Number 42. He was a great baseball player and was the first African American for the “major” leagues. Branch Rickey helped Jackie Robinson, who was the General Manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers. In 1947, the Brooklyn Dodgers took the pre-season to Cuba to watch
When I worked in Covidien, our headquarters was in 15 Hampshire Street, Mansfield, in Massachusetts. I had an apartment during the week and worked on to the weekend to Philadelphia. I worked for Covidien from 2007 until 2011. Almost every Friday, I would take a flight from Providence Airport at
From October 2007 until December 2011, I worked for Covidien in the Boston area. My first apartment was in Quincy, but after one year, I moved to Wellesley. As usual, I commuted back to Philadelphia every weekend. Occasionally, Becky would come back to Boston for the weekend. On Sunday
I used to live in Virginia, working for DXC (formerly CSC) in Tysons Corner. I worked there from July 2013 until December 2019. For the first four years, I had an apartment in Prosperity Flats on Dorr Avenue. It was easy to take the metro to the Amtrak and go