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Visiting in Texas in November

We are looking forward to a visit in Texas in November. Lydia will speak at Crude Pipeline  Asset Integrity Congress 2014 in Houston on Nov. 20th.  Then we will visit with family and friends and hang out. The main problem … Continue reading

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Musings on the Fall Weather- Geese Overhead

Each Monday morning I promised myself that I will start the day with a post to the Blog. Never get to it.  These past three weeks first started with small flights of geese early in the morning, mostly heading south, … Continue reading

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About the Book “Governor Lydia A Mellow Rose from Texas”

Some couples are very fortunate to share a closely-knit vision of life that merges creative and personal interests into one undivided whole. Governor Lydia is a personal portrait of how a shared life can extend to include a larger vision … Continue reading

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About the Author(s) L.C. Frenzel aka Lydia and Charles

Lydia and Charles Frenzel, writing as L.C. Frenzel, have long careers that span academia, coal mining, manufacturing, entrepreneurship, and invention.  They are respected for their scientific and technical abilities and for their integrity.  In this journal, they share the caring-side … Continue reading

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A Unexpected Gift Basket Arrives

What a wonderful surprise yesterday. It is a true random act of kindness. When I heard the doorbell and opened the front door yesterday, I knew that I knew the caller, but the name, out of context, didn’t come. Only strangers, or … Continue reading

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A Sunny Dinner Occasion

Celebration Supper: Eating Healthy This is a group effort.  Charles and Jack and Danna and Grace have been seeing that I have been eating right.  I’ve managed to avoid significant weight loss. I became a little anemic, so a lot … Continue reading

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Latest Chemical Cocktail

Chemical Cocktail Report- Wednesday: My second session of chemotherapy. This one only ran five hours.  My personal entourage consisting of Charles and friend Danna accompanied me like flies tracking potato salad. The Doc had to face questions from all three … Continue reading

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BobCat Build

2011-04-18 BobCat Build  Today the temperature is hitting 90+  F degrees. I can tell that I have my “brain dead engineer” hat on with information to the forefront. BobCat Build came to our house on Saturday April 9 in the … Continue reading

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Random Act of Kindness

Sunday Morning Surprise A Random Act of Kindness.  April 10, 2011  In Rotary, we  have a lot of instances of Random Acts of Kindness. One random act of kindness came our way on Sunday.  Charles and I started our Sunday with … Continue reading

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Friday Morning Coffee

So it’s Friday morning, after the first chemical cocktail on Wednesday, and my friends are over for early coffee.  They are all wondering how I am feeling.  I feel fine.  The nausea medicine is supposed to hold for three days.  … Continue reading

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