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This Is Me – Is That You?

Sometimes when I’m trying in vain to recall  something like a person’s name or a movie title or a street name, it feels like an evil gremlin in my brain rolled a boulder over it — a boulder I can’t … Continue reading

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The Dragon’s Petition

Me:  Hey Fluff. What’s with the sign? Fluffy, the bearded dragon:  I’m protesting!  I’m stuck in this so-called habitat. Me:  What’s wrong with your habitat?  You have 5 levels – 5 rooms – all to yourself. Fluffy:  Have you looked … Continue reading

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Scot Free

I heard it used the other day in an old western (my husband loves old westerns — rarely lets a day go by without a dose of “Maverick” and “Wyatt Earp” and a Gene Autry film).  I don’t think I … Continue reading

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A Month of Sundays

“A month of Sundays” — it’s an expression used to convey a longsome period of time.  The length of time suggested by the phrase is usually relative to how often the speaker is partial to engaging in the referenced activity (e.g. “I … Continue reading

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A freaky-Friday poem for your amusement…

“What On Earth Am I Going To Do, Mother?” a weird poem by Robbie Lewis Lowe I bolted the doors and shuttered the windows, hid my head in my pillows — but, Mother dear, it’s all in vain. They see … Continue reading

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