Monthly Archives: February 2023

Going Down From Here

Facing facts is rarely enjoyable. I was warned this would occur. Really, I thought it would take longer. Seems these sorts of changes are not my decision. That is how life plays out, I suppose. Why? Why? I keep asking … Continue reading

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When Life Forces a Reset

There are times when I cannot decide if I should say what is on my mind or not.  Then there are times when it is decided for me. The next movie coming to my theater is Creed III.  I appreciate … Continue reading

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When an 8 Is Really a 10.

This. This is my kind of humor. The tucked-in face. The constant checking-the-perimeter. The little touches here and there. Then, when the tables are turned? The power-exchange? Aaaahh. Delightful. Here is proof that I am not too old for Sesame … Continue reading

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Showing Quirks

Here is my idea of a good time. Wake up at 4 in the morning. Get myself together. Feed the cat. Catch the 4:18 bus. Arrive at work at 5:40 in the morning. I was required to start work at … Continue reading

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Bumbling Through Dating Life

I have spent the last hour swiping through Bumble. Time to take a little break. I have been single for a bit. My coworker talked about how it was nice that the Bumble application has females reach out first. (Understandable, … Continue reading

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Why Can’t We Be Friend(-ly Rival)s?

I have heard a bit too much about war these days. Too much conflict. Too much death. I would argue that it does not have to be this way. Competition is good. Healthy, too. If you like The Bible, you … Continue reading

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When the Mean Streets Intersect with the Humane Avenues

In the sixth grade, I was nominated for a humanitarian award.  I was twelve at the time, so I could not have told you why, let alone what the dictionary’s definition of humanitarian was.  I was nominated for something.  Why … Continue reading

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Trying Out:  New Adventures, Old Markers

I have been in this city for a fair number of decades, but I do not claim to have seen all the sights.  I had a few hours between work and visiting with a friend, so I set out to … Continue reading

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The Truth Could Cost You

I have some moral tenets that I stick to.  I do my best not to lie.  I will talk around the truth.  I will hold information back.  But I think lying causes more trouble than honesty.  (Unless you are my … Continue reading

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They Were Wrong: The Key to Success

These are the keys that I have to work with. The keys that, in theory, would solve all the problems that need solving. Hoorah! This is my keychain that I absconded from lost and found many years ago. It has … Continue reading

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