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2D The Journal Gazette | Tuesday, March 1, 2016 as logic to ind the right answer, even in Algebra; I had to explain how I got there. My word-muddled brain, however, would not allow it. Long before, in my formative years as a sports fanatic, I was keenly aware that one and one had a meaning other than two. Surely, everyone knew “one and one” was the basketball rule in which a team “was in the bonus.” Make the irst free throw, and the shooter would get another chance. I digress. Recently on Facebook there was an ideal example of the king’s English being skewered. A photograph of a billboard in Iowa, prior to the state’s Feb. 1 caucus, read: “#TakeBackAreCoun- try.” That would be “Our” and not “Are.” Gadzooks. Just to make sure I wasn’t the only soul who found the casual butchering of the language reprehen- sible, I sought a second opinion. Dr. Ken Bugajski is the associate professor of English and director of the honors program at the University of Saint Francis. He specializes in British literature and serves as the copy editor for the Friends of the Fort Wayne Philhar- monic newsletter. “I would say it doesn’t bother me that much,” Bugajski says of the several mistakes he sees on social media. “For me, Facebook is for fun and for leisure, so I don’t have my English professor hat on when I look at Facebook.” Fun? Yes. Leisure? Sure. Surprised with how many disregard the basics of the language? Absolutely. “The worst, for me, is when you can’t even tell what a person means,” Bugajski says of Facebook posts and emails. “Some- times the sentences are so bad or incomplete, you just don’t know what they’re trying to convey to you.” Yet we’re all guilty of a little social media short- hand: BTW (by the way); c u l8r (see you later); r u (are you) or the same in reverse, u r. So many others, and some that cannot be shared. Bugajski says that he gets emails from students with messages that, because of so much abbreviation, appear to be encrypted. Suggestion: It’s not wise to send such things to an English prof. But if there’s one area in which most Facebookers are guilty, it’s the usage of the dreaded apostrophe, where your and you’re are interchangeable, with little regard to its usage. That would be “its” usage vs. “it’s” usage. Sorry. The linguistics nerd has come forth again. So let’s get back to Dr. Bugajski. “I think eventually we’ll lose the apostrophe as a punctuation mark, to be honest,” Bugajski says. “Probably not in my lifetime or in my daughter’s lifetime, but I think it will eventually just disappear because people do not know how to use it. “After you get out of school, especially if you’re not an English major or somebody who’s in liberal arts, when you’re doing a lot of writing, you forget the rules. You know there are rules. You remember learning rules about apos- trophes, but you don’t re- member them. I think they try to do their best, based on what they can remember, but it’s often faulty.” With that said, in my morning Facebook mean- derings I promise to make an honest attempt not to be on the lookout for the wan- dering apostrophe or the use of the wrong word. It should be easy; as easy as one and one. You get another shot. Steve Warden is a fea- tures writer whose “Morn- ing Observations” column appears occasionally. Email him at MORNING Continued from Page 1D and then read it again. – Sharon Salzberg, meditation teacher and author of “Real Happiness” The M-Word Technique Sit with your back sup- ported and your head free. Check the time then close your eyes. Gently hear the word “one” in the back- ground of your mind. You will have other thoughts and that’s OK, simply come back to the word “one” when you notice you are fantasizing about what kind of snack you would like. Don’t worry about the tempo, be easy and effortless. Check the time as often as you like while you train yourself to feel what ive minutes feels like. After ive minutes have passed, keep the eyes closed and let go of the word inside. Finish with a few minutes of gratitude. List the three things you are most grateful for right now. Let that bring a smile to your face. This is simple but will give your body rest so you can perform at the top of your game. – Emily Fletcher, former Broad- way actress and founder of Ziva Meditation Enjoy your chocolate Break off a square of re- ally good chocolate. Before you pick it up take a couple of deep breaths, breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth, to allow the body and mind to settle. Take a moment to appreciate the chocolate. Where has it come from? Try and imag- ine the different ingredients in their natural growing environment, the people who might have grown it. Before you begin to eat it, pause to notice if there’s a feeling of impatience. Is there pleasure and excite- ment? Or guilt or unease? Take a minute to explore it with your eyes, nose and hands. Look at it closely, smell it carefully and then touch it to see how it feels. Take a small bite, but try to resist chewing it. Notice how it feels in the mouth, the temperature and the texture. Become aware of the taste. Try to allow the chocolate to melt in the mouth by gently moving it around with your tongue, rather than chewing it. Sit back in your chair and enjoy the moment. – Andy Puddicombe, a former Buddhist monk and co-founder of the 10-minute meditation app Headspace MEDITATING Continued from Page 1D choose classes to unblock chakras, cultivate intuition or a breathing class set to modern music for $22. In Central Park, 1,500 people signed up for a free group meditation this summer called The Big Quiet and 800 people sold out a New York concert venue, paying $20 to sit in silence. “It’s one of the most pro- found experiences you can share with other humans, especially when you’re in the hundreds. There’s something about being in quiet and sharing that with a group that creates almost like a vortex. It’s like the collective energy of the room starts to swirl togeth- er,” said event organizer Jes- se Israel, whose invite-only Medi Club in New York has grown to 1,000 people who vie for 200 spots at monthly meet-ups. Emily Fletcher is the host of a new podcast for Gaiam’s recently launched- app, which offers nearly two dozen teachers from different lineages for $2.99. Most are between four to 15-minutes and Fletcher’s offering includes guided visualization for a irst date, sports performance and test taking. 1 Giant Mind’s free app includes sessions between 10 and 20 minutes with a guide, music or si- lence. Headspace’s popular app offers 10-minute guided meditations. MIND Continued from Page 1D MISCELLANEOUS Little River Ramblers Nature Hike – Sponsored by Little River Wetlands Project; 9 to 11 a.m.; meet at Eagle Marsh barn, 6801 Engle Road; free; 478-2515 or “Finding Jenn’s Voice” – Documentary ilm; 7:30 p.m.; Cinema Center, 437 E. Berry St.; $11; tickets only avail- able online, screening/14059. Headwaters Ice Skating Rink – 1 to 8 p.m.; 333 S. Clinton St.; $5 ages 14 and older, $3 ages 13 and young- er; $2 skate rental; free to spectators and parking; 422- 7625. Ends Sunday. MUSIC Bluegrass Bluegrass Jam – 6:30 p.m.; Old Jail Museum, 121 N. Indiana St., Warsaw; use back door; no cover; 260- 403-5067. Classical “A Multi-Cultural Experi- ence” – George Wolfe, alto and soprano saxophonist, and James Helton, pianist; 6 p.m.; Honeywell House, 720 N. Wabash St., Wabash; $55; 260-563-2326 or www. Vocal Division Show- case – 7:30 p.m.; IPFW, Rhinehart Recital Hall, 2101 Coliseum Blvd. E.; $7 adults, $6 seniors, $4 non-IPFW students; 481-6714 or www. Rock Pocket Candies – 3 p.m.; Wooden Nickel Records, 3422 N. Anthony Blvd.; call for price information, 484- 3635. WHAT’S GOING ON The IPFW Symphon- ic Wind Ensemble will perform in New York’s prestigious Carnegie Hall on March 8, the university announced Friday. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble, conducted by assistant professor Daniel Tembras, will be a part of The New York Wind Band Festival. The ensemble will perform in the Evening Showcase Concert in the Isaac Stern Auditorium inside Carnegie Hall. Ensembles from Indiana University-Bloomington and Concordia University Ann Arbor will also per- form. An awards ceremony will follow the performanc- es. The IPFW ensemble will also perform at Columbia University’s Columbia Fes- tival of Winds on Sunday in New York. A public preview concert will be 7:30 p.m. Thursday before the ensemble departs for New York. The preview concert and the performanc- es in New York will include the world premiere of “For- ever Summer,” by composer Michael Markowski. For preview tickets, call 481-6025 or tickets. IPFW ensemble to perform at Carnegie KEIARA CARR The Journal Gazette Allen Circuit Court Tran-Stotlar – Alicia Lynn and Adam Timothy Stotlar Cieslik – Joseph and Christina Avalos – Maria G. and Mynor Esquite Lattimore – JeSonya Nicole and Jeffrey B. McCleary-Zoungra- na – Mary M. and Seny Zoungrana Kremer – Jennifer and Steven Diaz – Gabriella Pauline and Juan Carlos Guzman-Mora Fisher – Brandy Katrina and Jeffrey Scott Rohrer – Tricia L. and Ian A. Cole Allen Superior Court Bowman – Jon T. and Faith E. Schroeder – Blaine and Lyndsy M. Hernandez Heredia – Luis A. and Reyna Patricia Al- mazan Vicencio Hall – Amber J. and Adam W. Lucas – Caril S. and David J. Divorce ilings are pro- vided by the Allen County Clerk’s Ofice. For informa- tion on listings, call Terri Richardson, 461-8304 or email DIVORCE FILINGS BIZ BOOKS Quick reads to help your career In Monday Business State of Indiana Allen County SS: Superior Court 1 County of Allen Cause No. 02D01-1508-MF-000692 WILMINGTON TRUST NATIONAL AS- SOCIATION, AS SUCCESSOR TRUST- EE TO CITIBANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR BEAR STEARNS ASSET BACKED SECURITIES I TRUST 2005-CL1, ASSET-BACKED CERTIFI- CATES, SERIES 2005-CL1 Plaintiff, v. ANTHONY L. GILBREATH, YOLANDA R. GILBREATH, CHARLES H. MID- DLETOWN DDS, EDWARD ROSE OF INDIANA LP D/B/A SOUTH BRIDGE APTS., ALLEN COLLECTIONS INC., COLLECTION SERVICES LLC AND FORT FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Indiana to the Defendant above named, and any other person who may be concerned: You are noti- fied that you have been sued in the Court above named. The nature of the suit against you is: COMPLAINT TO FORECLOSE MORT- GAGE IN REM , on certain real estate located in Allen County, Indiana, de- scribed more particularly as follows: LOT NUMBER 655, SECTION VII, ANTHONY WAYNE VILLAGE AN AD- DITION TO THE CITY OF FORT WAYNE ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RE- CORD 24, PAGES 170-171, IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF AL- LEN COUNTY, INDIANA. More commonly known as: 4523 MARVIN DRIVE, FORT WAYNE IN 46806 Parcel No. OR State Map ID No. 02- 13-19-231-012.000-070 This summons by publication is spe- cifically directed to the following named defendants whose where- abouts are unknown: Edward Rose Of Indiana LP D/B/A South Bridge Apts. and Collection Services LLC This summons by publication is also directed to the following named de- fendants: Anthony L. Gilbreath, Yolan- da R. Gilbreath, Charles H. Middle- town DDS, Edward Rose Of Indiana LP D/B/A South Bridge Apts., Allen Collections Inc., Collection Services LLC And Fort Financial Credit Union There may be other defendants who have an interest in this lawsuit. If you have a claim for relief against the plaintiff arising from the same transaction or occurrence, you must assert it in your written answer. You or your attorney must answer the Complaint in writing, within thirty (30) after the last notice of the action is published, and in case you fail to do so, judgment by default may be entered against you for what the plaintiff has demanded. BLEECKER BRODEY & ANDREWS _ Dennis V. Ferguson, 8474-49 Attorney for Plaintiff ATTEST: Lisbeth A. Borgmann Clerk, Allen County Superior Court 3--1--8--15 1229057 hspaxlp State of Indiana Allen Circuit Court SS: County of Allen Cause No. 02C01-1512-MF-000960 MERRILL LYNCH MORTGAGE LEND- ING, INC., Plaintiff vs. JANIE A. DELUCENAY MICHAEL E DELUCENAY SOUTHSTAR 1 STATE OF INDIANA ATTORNEY GENERAL STATE OF INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, et al, Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT The State of Indiana to the defend- ants above named, and any other per- son why may be concerned. You are notified that you have been sued in the Court above named. The nature of the suit against you is a foreclosure of the real estate mortgage , legally described as: LOT NUMBER 286 IN MEADOW- BROOK, SECTION IV, A SUBDIVI- SION OF THE WEST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION II, TOWNSHIP 30, NORTH, RANGE 13 EAST, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT RE- CORD 23, PAGES 82-83, IN THE OF- FICE OF THE RECORDER OF ALLEN COUNTY, INDIANA. SUBJECT TO ALL LIENS, EASE- MENTS AND ENCUMBRANCES OF RECORD This property is commonly known as 590 Brandford Court, New Haven, IN 46774 This summons by publication is spe- cifically directed to the following De- fendants whose addresses are known: Janie A. Delucenay 590 Brandford Court New Haven, IN 46774 Michael E. Delucenay 590 Brandford Court New Haven, IN 46774 State of Indiana Attorney General do Highest Executive Officer Present 302W. Washington Street South 5th Floor Indianapolis, IN 46204 State of Indiana Department of Revenue - do Highest Executive Officer Present 100 N Senate N105 Indianapolis, IN 46204 And to the following defendant whose addresses are unknown: Southstar I In addition to the above named De- fendants being sewed by this sum- mons there may be other Defendants who have an interest in this lawsuit. If you have a claim for relief against the Plaintiff arising from the same trans- action or occurrence, you must assert it in your written answer. You must answer the Complaint in writing, by your attorney, within thirty (30) days after the Third Notice of Suit), and if you fail to do so a judgment will be entered against you for what the Plaintiff has demanded. Joel F. Bornkamp(2741049) Timothy D. 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