Monthly Archives: July 2018

PRETTY

Most times when folks meet me in corridors and elevators they say: “How are you?” I say to them (unless I am especially down) “Pretty Good!” I got to wondering about good as being Pretty. Then there is “Pretty Soon” … Continue reading

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NOT WAITING WELL

I do not wait well. This I can tell because impatience dwells just beneath my mild demeanor and is easily awakened. Doctors’ offices and slow service by waiters and waitresses are the main culprits. Since that won’t change maybe I … Continue reading

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A WET NOODLE

It’s not often that one is called “A wet noodle” and I wasn’t called one until I got to be over ninety. My Tampa daughter felt that I looked like one for days after I had some surgery early this … Continue reading

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