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The only sin is quitting.

Familly saying.

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Favorite author? Well I have a string of them. James Baldwin. Graham Greene. John Updike. Theodore Dreiser. Michener, a bit. The spy guys. Le Carre. Maugham. Greene, again. Fitzgerald. Sinclair...


… this one with booze. https://sherpglobal.com/ Oh wait. Wrong link. This one’s good too. They come from Ukraine. Honest. Here’s the artist. https://www.lethbridgegallery.com/artist/oliver-s...


His name is Charles Sheeler. And here is a site that tells about him. Look at his quotes if you can. There are seven of them in the middle lower part of the frame. Click through to read th...



I have change. So I took my coins out of my walking rotation. I put the quarters, nickels, dimes and pennies into their respective collection glass jars on the counter. I have plenty of bot...


Watch Merle flirt - it was 1978!!!! - and the sexy fiddle player, my god.


How sane are we? Just me? Two LLBean catalogs came today. Nice stuff. Some large(r) scale models. I just at a whole (small) bag of salt water taffy. I can’t believe that’s good for my diabe...


The Dems are having their county convention today. Jim has left already and I don’t think I”m going. I’d like to hear the candidate for U.S. Rep speak - she’s a former tv news reporter and I ...


So I skipped the bitch who was handy with a louse detector until she got sloshed, and then I find myself with, hello their!, the chest was lined with the fleece of an enchanted sheep. I think i...


Middle of the night. Eating crackers and peanut butter with Gracie. I forget what happens tomorrow. Something though. I hope.


The squirrels knock their cones together, releasing seeds for supper. Species grew apart first in separate worlds, then later together Warming each other in winter, fanning their armpits with gre...


Listening to a Woody Allen interview. He just gave advice and I forgot it immediately. But since I’m writing here, I’ll go back and listen again. Ah, here it is. “Don’t think about it....


Yesterday was so glorious I walked my five and a half mile loop right after sunrise. First time in years I’ve done that. And poor crippled up lumpy dog Gracie followed me all the way to the o...


The horse wore a crisp van dyke beard, had clear dark eyes, and a sense of caper. I will cater to him with lush second crop alfalfa. This is the time when everything that eats green is looki...


How’s the world treating you? Any plans? Not really. Every day you’re away. Our pathways have parted. To your memory I’m true. Are you lonesome without me? Great lyrics ---- I’ve had nothing b...


I’ve never eaten smelt. I saw a sign for a smelt fry yesterday but wasn’t tempted to stop. Perhaps had my heart not been so fleet for a Fayze’s omelet, I would have given smelt a chance. I’m...


words, laps, money. I haven’t stopped doing but I’ve quit adding up totals and marking them down and pretending they mean anything -30- Anyone know what 30 at the end of something means?


None were for me but I did manage two conversations before turning the phone over to Jim. For the record - Jim’s high school friend Rich, local Democrat woman with detail of county convention, a...


Brings me up to 82% and makes me wonder what I’ll do with the rest of my day. -30- for now.


Movie - The memory keeper’s daughter. I promise I won’t do it again.


I regret playing tricks. Who said I was a nice person? 171 divided by 866 rounds up to 20%. Still a good book. Paul Auster’s 4321. Sunny day, towards the end. Sixty laps so far. I anticip...


It’s 3:15 am. Plenty of time to do pretty much anything. So far I’ve made coffee, done a puzzle of collectible Czech dolls, dealt with the dog and put off Wordle. Any of you into Wordle? =...


I went a lot of years taking none. They aren’t expensive and I don’t have any trouble remembering to take them. I have a discovery though that I like. The pharmacy takes back the empty contai...


February 22, 2022

new idea in These titles mean nothing.

I’m thinking of learning to write short entries that will fit entirely in the preview so you won’t have to click on them. Like this one.


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