Monthly Archives: July 2017

Impatience

A  man, impatient has learned  that much  patience is required to deal with life as he grows older.   He fails the tests at every turn and wonders how to change the way he is to  the way he ought … Continue reading

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SKINNY-FAT

When I first met her she seemed robust – including her bust.   She told me that she exercised a lot and that was believable.   Then, a couple of years later I bumped into her – although I can’t … Continue reading

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MY RECLINER

It was many years ago that I fell in love with my recliner.   And the love deepens as I grow older.   During the day when I am in other places where chairs and sofas of various sorts are … Continue reading

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IT HURTS!

I have talked to a few folks lately who commented about what it feels like to give up driving.   Since that happened to me some three years ago I know about this too well.   It is a life-changing … Continue reading

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SEEING AND LOOKING AT

A lot of what I see I don’t look at.   Or, perhaps I can say: a lot of what I look at I don’t see.   Even though we can say it both ways I think you know what … Continue reading

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COWS

We have a couple of cows in our place   The other day a visitor noticed them and told us how much she loved cows – not the real thing but paintings and photos.   Cows generally seem more relaxed … Continue reading

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