Uphill Both Ways

An Anecdotal Memoir  UBW_Title_page_new

by J T Weaver

1. 4th of July

2. My Mother’s Birthday

3. The Florida Trips

4. 2nd Grade at Sippican

5. The Marksman

6. Gullible Electrons

7. The Piano

8. Physical Weirdness

9. The US Steel Story

10. The End of the Beginning, Part 1

11. The End of the Beginning, Part 2

12. Early Sports

13. Miami Military Academy

14. Tabor Academy

15. For What’s It’s Worth

16. The Rifle Team

17. Tabor Academy, Part 2

18. Preparing for College

19. Summer Camp

20. Freshman Year

21. Courage of Music

22. Sophomore Year

23. Later Sports

24. The Bourbon

25. Taking The Next Step

26. Trying To Fix It

27. San Francisco

28. Teacher Of The Basics

29. My New Life

30. Keep On Keepin’ On

31. The One You Waited For, Part 1

32. The One You Waited For, Part 2

33. The Wave

34. The Cows

35. Oracle

36. The Food Of The Cape

37. The Bat

38. You Had Better Hurry Up

39. The Road To Parenting

40. The First Days

41. How Many

42. Boston Children’s Hospital

43. Emulation and Thrill

44. And Then There Were Two

45. Now The Work Begins

46. The Art of Behavior Modification

47. The Interruption

48. The Transfer

49. Nantucket and Atom Ant

50. Settling In

51. Beginning To Grow Up

52. Grover

53. The Pileated Woodpecker

54. Not Just Another Tulip Story

55. The Micros

56. Do Me A Favor

57. Williamsburg

58. Our Dinner Table

59. The Last Visit

60. The Commute To Work

61. Water, Air, and Dirt

62. Lazy

63. If Only This Was Possible


4 Responses to Uphill Both Ways

  1. Julia says:

    I always wished I could find a booklet like this! The information on your site is great!, I am grateful to you for writing this and making it available.


  2. Amanda Banks says:

    I cant get to this.. Says ‘domain mapping’ something or other… Not sure what?


    • J T Weaver says:

      Hi Amanda, thanks for pointing this out to me. I’ve gone through and fixed all the links on all the pages. I can only hope I got them all 🙂 I hope you enjoy the book and I look forward to your comments. Please let me know if you fnd any more dead links. Thanks again.


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