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Fear, You Suck!

I haven’t blogged in months. I’ve begun, but never finished. I guess it’s just hurt too much. You see, Sis told me months ago that she has cataracts and macular degeneration in both eyes! She saw a retinalogist who said … Continue reading

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Ask?

With pen in hand I sit here and force these jumbled emotions onto paper. Pain, fear, dissapointment, despair still haunt me since the news of Bernard Jr.¬†and Alexa’s marriage demise. Was it just them? Was it me? How could this … Continue reading

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How?

I’ve often heard people wondering how 9/11/2001 could happen. How could security be so lax that 3 planes could be hijacked? Perhaps my tale will help you understand. Months before the terrorists’ attacks happened, security was increased in Federal Agencies … Continue reading

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A Little Dissension, Please

This is the card of a Census Agent who “visited” me when I didn’t fill out the Ozark Community Survey I received. To be fair, I received the mailed notice to go online and fill out the anonymous survey November, … Continue reading

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True Friendship’s Price

True Friendship is priceless, you think, but if you look closely, you’ll realize that’s not so… Take my childhood friend, Barb Gambill (The Gad About) and me. Our friendship has lasted over 55 years; through long term separations (this last … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

With tears I put these jumbled thoughts to paper Trying to decide what to share with friends and family For I do not wish to hurt or worry them as the feelings and dark memories flow Perhaps it is just … Continue reading

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A New Tomorrow 

You climbed into your car and drove away looking for a new tomorrow Yes you were afraid but you drove off anyway Leaving behind the life you knew and friends too For the yearning was more than you could bear … Continue reading

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