Monthly Archives: May 2010

Putting Your Affairs in Order

Sometimes you need a little sumthin’, sumthin’ to put a smile on your face.  This is not anything original that I wrote, but I like the way she thinks.  * * * * * * * * * * * * … Continue reading

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I’m Baaaack!

When last we met, I said if I made beaucoup $$$ at the yard sale on Saturday, I would not be here on Monday.  This entry lets you know the profits were not on the grandiose scale.  But there was a profit … Continue reading

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How Are Things in Your World?

I am in a very good place in my world.  I’ve been humming “I Won’t Complain” by Rev. Paul Jones a lot lately. I think about retirement more than I should, but I’m in the office most of the time.  Please note, … Continue reading

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More Than Meets The Eye

I was worried, concerned, fretting over. . . OK, thinking about whether Sugar Frosted Flake would receive her birthday gift card on time or not.  The chances were slim because I mailed it soooo late.  Oh well. Part I:  When I bought … Continue reading

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Hey Now!

  This picture is not related to anything I am posting.  I was reviewing pics on my computer and — Voila! Mr. Hyde opted not to cook dinner last night.  Fine by me.  I’m not a big or regular or consistent eater … Continue reading

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Cue the Whitney Tape!

One of my nieces is on steroids for a medical condition.  Of course, the steroids have caused her to gain lots o’ weight.  She mentioned this to her sister who is on the 9th step of a 12 step program … Continue reading

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Check Out My Slides from Japan!

Wanted to share photos of our trip to Japan.  The people were friendlier than I expected.  They were courteous, helpful and curious about all-things American.  The scenery was spectacularly breathtaking.  When I saw Mt. Fuji I had to pinch myself and … Continue reading

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