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  • carey mitchell
    commented 2018-12-03 19:53:27 -0500
    I found your blog because I’m contemplating the Menger 23 which you so much love. I’d welcome a chance to correspond with you about your experiences, good and bad with your 23. the Menger will be my 5th sailboat in a 40 year career and likely my last ‘retirement boat’- at age 71 I’m stepping down from singlehanding a nauticat 321 which was a floating condo — far too many systems and far too big for 1 person and a medium dog. launch on the frozen shores of erie will likely be this spring 2019…
  • Kelly Telfer
    commented 2018-09-22 07:08:37 -0400
    Hi Peter, it’s great to see you following your creative passions. It seems like a long time ago- and just yesterday- that we worked together. Your recent poem about summer brought back great childhood memories- keep up the great work!

    All the best,

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  • Candace Coffin
    commented 2018-07-29 13:52:54 -0400
    I am Jo Lesniak’s sister. : ) I want to sign up for you blogs. (Jo always forwards them to me and I love them!) I have not figured out how to sign up. Can you sign me up? : ) Thank you. And thank you for all your wonderful words of wisdom. xox
  • Bob Sladowski
    commented 2018-04-17 11:47:59 -0400
    Peter, I forwarded your blog to my sister Estelle. Here’s her reply. I sent her “Fat guy”. Bob, I can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed reading Peter’s work. I bought his book, Saints and Poets, Maybe. He is insightful and entertaining and has a conversational writing style. I feel a connection in so many ways—growing up in NJ, Fordham Univ., his heritage, his outlook on life, his sense of humor—and look forward to reading his other publications. I’d love to meet him. If you ever hear of somewhere he is going to be, please let me know. Lots of LovEstelle Looks like you have another fan! Always look forward to your blog. Bob.
  • Loretta Butehorn
    commented 2018-01-28 05:46:36 -0500
    I read your lovely piece “A Quiet Solitude in Cape Cod’s Winters” in Cape Cod Times—I would love a copy if that is possible thank you for your wonderful reflections Loretta Butehorn
  • Msgr Paul
    commented 2018-01-04 11:22:52 -0500
    Peter, I received a gift of five lobsters for Christmas. It was heaven !
  • Bob Sladowski
    commented 2017-10-23 09:46:31 -0400
    Peter I always look forward to your blog. Happy Birthday! Stolat!

    Bob Sladowski
  • Diana Colombo
    commented 2017-10-17 19:32:20 -0400
    Dear Peter,

    Happy Birthday, you have arrived at “A Big 75th” and hope that you had a great celebration.

    You chose your birth date well, as today is the feast of St. Ignatius of Antioch who is recognized for his writings.

    Please keep growing younger and keep writing those fairy tales!

    Best wishes,

    Diana Colombo
  • Regina Hollar
    commented 2017-10-17 14:51:11 -0400
    Hi Peter,

    Regina Hollar here to wish you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY no matter what the number. You know Peter we all hit the BIG ONE at different times of our lives. So I’m guessing 75th birthday? One of the SHA gals asked if it was your 80th WHAT !!! Feel younger now? So, no matter where your are today and the ## of birthdays, with a variety of friends and family I wish you many more years of blogging.

    When you are able to get to Vieques please let me (us) know how the building stood up. Pictures appreciated.


    Regina and Jim Hollar
  • Msgr Paul
    commented 2017-07-22 10:22:37 -0400
    Peter, check out this video link :
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    commented 2017-01-07 12:21:43 -0500
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    commented 2017-01-07 12:19:43 -0500
  • John Hix
    commented 2016-11-26 09:31:01 -0500
    Hi Peter: Thanks so much for your inspired writing. We look forward to it every week that we can.. Kind Regards John and Neeva Gayle.
  • Dennis Joyce
    commented 2016-07-23 11:45:19 -0400
    Peter given subject of being unruly, I wonder if you have read Bart Ehrman’s book “How Jesus Became God.” Very provocative stuff I wish we had when kids & dealing with Sisters of Charity & Benedictines. Piece in paper this AM about MN Archbishop very troubling. Too much mercy & not enuf justice with curia? Regards

  • Gene Fairfield
    commented 2016-05-22 15:46:07 -0400
    Hi, Peter…great letter to your grandsons.

    All the best,

  • Peggy Kinkead
    commented 2016-02-03 14:37:42 -0500
    Peter, late on Wednesday night my son Jeff sent me the notice in the Ridgefield Press about Jo Anne. You wrote a beautiful story of her life. To my regret, we lost touch during years of so much change, but it was a real pleasure to learn about her from your words. I remember how much she loved daffodils each spring. She told me her mother would give them to her for her birthday. I remember how much she enjoyed the trips from Ridgefield to the city so we could see the Broadway musicals. All the rehearsals for Lady Kay. And I remember the way she could tap a triple time step-no easy feat! (Not a pun, but she might have laughed).

    I would love to know more about Jo Anne. I am happy to have known her, and she will be in my prayers.


    Peggy Kinkead
  • Fawn AlvarezTalbot
    commented 2015-11-27 13:02:19 -0500
    Hi Peter,

    Can you send me a softcopy of your Thanksgiving post? I’d like to forward it to my husband but can’t figure out how to do it other than via social media (which he does not do!). Hope you and your beautiful wife are doing well. I’m glad to hear she is a little better.

  • Dennis Joyce
    commented 2015-11-26 21:32:46 -0500
    Hang in there!
  • Dennis Joyce
    commented 2015-11-26 21:31:30 -0500
  • Joe Hliva
    commented 2015-10-18 08:21:19 -0400
  • art rosenzweig
    commented 2015-06-12 15:05:39 -0400
    your column in today’s cc times was interesting, like Jon Rappaport’s matrix emails. At my age now of 86, I have pesonally experienced a medical doctor scam which is the largest criminal syndicate in the world and I can find no way to separate anybody from their cherished martix beliefs in doctors, Including—or foremost—my wife, a long retired hospital nurse from the good old days before Big Pharma lured them all into perdition. I’d love to share with you thisrelease from the matrix. art rosenzweig Yale 53 508 240-0523 orleans
  • Louis Deavours
    commented 2015-03-14 12:47:59 -0400
    What does 5.60sc mean in your blog header?

  • Michael Lazare
    commented 2015-01-07 17:22:15 -0500

    If my understanding of the Julian calendar is correct, today the day to say Kristos Razdayetsya to you. I also write to congratulate you on a year of accomplishments – your website, your publications, and of course your new Samsung F8500 smart plasma television set with Evolution Port, Quad Core Processor and 600Hz Subfield Motion. I have no idea what an Evolution Port is, except perhaps Bahía Blanca. But you’re the first of my friends to have one. As Bernie Lipsy would say, Mazel Tov.

    Your recent blog about Sloan-Kettering was particularly meaningful to me. I spent much time there with Kathleen, and then in 2001 as a patient myself.

    A few months ago you suggested I investigate Facebook. I thought about it for a while, then I lay down in a dark room with a cold compress on my forehead. I’m not yet ready to make the leap.

    Consequently I don’t expect an answer to this antediluvian form of communications. But know that you and Jo Anne are in my thoughts and my prayers.

  • Helen Horwitz
    commented 2014-12-13 09:54:09 -0500
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  • Vincent Tozzi
    commented 2014-12-06 12:07:25 -0500
    Congrats on your latest endeavor. I’m sure it will be successful. Your new page, stories, and blog are all well done, and easy to navigate. I wish you great joy in your work and play.