Bowling for Passengers

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I’m in the process of making plans to visit my daughter in September, reminding me of the various reasons why I despise going to airports.  Since I’m now about 4 braincells away from… Continue reading

Flaws

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 I believe in laughing at imperfections and accepting flaws. Humor is a great healer. Just ask a cat. 

Why I’m reblogging stuff for a few days

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My mind is presently capable of Twitter comments, and even that possibility is subject to reception perception.  There’s 2-cans-short-of-a-5-pack, and then there’s 2 braincells short of comatose. Once, when a flasher stood in… Continue reading

Dog Personality

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Since, once again, I’m 2 brain cells away from comatose, I’m reblogging a post published 1 3/4 years ago (July 2013).  Hope you enjoy it.  :-) <_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_> In my opinion, mutts are like… Continue reading

ANCESTRY: The LeGendre’s of Arkansas (9)

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For new readers, these are my mother’s notes. They’re retyped with all the errors and with her punctuation. Her memoirs were the gift she left my sister and me in 1992. Alberta LeGendre… Continue reading

Winter in Florida

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Waving in the wind, February fills the trees, beckoning luscious.   Today, as I rode homeward in the car, a woman in a bikini was riding a bike on the sidewalk.  Arriving home,… Continue reading

Laundry Day

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Boring Sundays reek, playful dogs invading sheets, sanding on my sleep.  

Sleep music

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Desperately trying to find a way to get to sleep, I searched out music.   Did you know that YouTube has music for insomniacs?   Here’s a sampling: Mix – 8 Hour Deep… Continue reading

6

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My life in 6 movie titles: Polyanna The sound of music Titanic It’s a wonderful life All of me The Addams family Peel away at the layers, and the present state of the… Continue reading

TROUBLE

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  I’m reblogging this post, first published in May 2013, for new readers. I’m now a published author, but I’m still trouble.  :-) <_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_> I’m contentious, not consistent–an alphabet soup of proliferation followed… Continue reading