Fun with Humans (chapter infinity)

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My stomach didn’t like dinner.  Who cares?  Obviously, my dogs care.  They’d rather I just let it all out on the floor instead of in the toilet.   If you feel your own… Continue reading

Down the same path

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The best and worst of us reflected in our children. Orchestrated lies symphony of perfection. Learning love, loss, hope, the same   The deaf and blind of us they stumble through they hurdle… Continue reading

Tapping into your sick sense

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Why it’s counterproductive to look for signs in Dream World. Try waking up with these words passing across your eyes like an electronic banner: Fear Love Obsession Greed   Joy Altruism Meditation All… Continue reading

THE NOT-QUITE-RIGHT POEM

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Perfection is not me Nor will it ever be. Chastisement does no good A ruby isn’t wood A cat is not a dog No tyrant is a god So please, my love, see… Continue reading

The Kindest Heart

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  Love comes from many places The heart of kindness overflowing Flowering the desert of the mind.

The bPad of Life in an iPad world

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Now that I’ve purged the ounce of dental rage out of the gallon of book happy, I’m ready to ponder the Yin and the Yang, the bPad (bi-polar affective disorder) in an iPad… Continue reading

The Chatter Teeth from Hell

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Common sense is just as important as skill if you’re going to succeed in a profession as terrifying to many patients as the prospect of being waterboarded.  With that in mind, I believe… Continue reading

Dream high, wide and deep

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I’m at the computer with happy tears running across my lower eyelid. Do people ask you, “What are your dreams?” My answer to that question isn’t the usual (Such as, “to be rich”… Continue reading

The (un)heated tale of 3 bed hogs

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I’ll tell you a story A poetic foray Of 3 freezing doglits unmovable log bits.   There’s 1 on my pillow, 1 cute little fellow, 1 giant white billow the size of Godzilla.… Continue reading

Time and Temperature

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How about an unofficial poll of world wide weather? At the time I began writing this blog, it was 4:30 am and hovering around 32F in my part of Florida.   What’s the… Continue reading