Monthly Archives: July 2016

I MAKE ASSUMPTIONS

Sometimes when I rise from my recliner and am a bit bent over as I walk along I feel like a gorilla.   But then, I ask myself: “How do I know what a gorilla feels like?”   I make … Continue reading

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WHAT A WAY TO END A DAY!

There are times when I take in my small portion of the universe from my outdoor chaise — where I sit (or sort of lie) aw the sun set sparkling in the west while to the south some darkened clouds … Continue reading

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HAND SCHOOL

The last I heard it was still standing – the school that improved my skills for a dozen years in a small town in Connecticut.   I keep a photo of it by my bedside to be a catalyst for … Continue reading

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT WORD

When I survey my past and weigh what has happened to me I am enticed by three words that deal with the subject of my destiny. The first word is BLESSED. Yes, I can easily count my blessings. But that … Continue reading

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NOT FAR FROM HERE

There is not far from here a room filled with eqiuipment designed to help the body maintain its youthfulness in spite of times insistence that it be otherwise.   I’ve joined some of those who think they can interfere with … Continue reading

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TOO BAD

The days are shrinking now as the sun awakens later and disappears sooner than our yesterdays.   Just the opposite was true not long ago before the summer soltice brought about the change.   But our years on earth have … Continue reading

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LISTENING TO THE RAIN

Quite suddenly the rain pelted pounded pummeled the window by my side as I was reading and oblivious to the dark clouds forming in the west.   I closed my book and listened when I became aware of the intrusion. … Continue reading

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FAR GREATER THAN MINE

Down the road a piece is nearby Woodsbys and they serve food that encourages fat cells to proliferate.   We’ve partaken of it from time to time because it’s close by and we see folks so big that we feel … Continue reading

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SOON

I don’t know if I’m ready to go to the places where all folks go sooner or later.   Maybe above and maybe below – maybe something greater in the afterglow.   “Sooner” most likely was not MY intended destination … Continue reading

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OLD POST CARDS

The other day some old postcards came our way and we devoured them as if they were sweets.   They were ten years old detailing some aspects of our lives we had forgotten.   Our memories were catalyzed by our … Continue reading

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