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Dreams vs Reality

Once upon a time I had a dream to become a great writer; to have a movie that I had written screened in theaters every where; to be immortal. (Yes I know, but we all have dreams and let’s face … 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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Wrong Year Padre

I was perusing Facebook (I do spend too much time there) when I discovered an advertisement about “future predictions.” Being naturally curious about my future (as so many are) I clicked on the link because I want to keep informed … Continue reading

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Hello World

It’s been quite awhile since I blogged. Every time I began, something would happen and I would stop. So many false starts and no finishes, and yet so much happened… That’s what happens in life… curves or barriers in the … Continue reading

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Wake Up Time!

I’ve been feeling sort of blah lately; just hanging around the house since I went to the movies on Mother’s Day, which really isn’t how you should spend your day if you call yourself a writer. I just haven’t felt … Continue reading

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Car Running Rough?

Once upon a time in the land called Dothan, there was a very Very tough little yellow car. This car was so tough that it could even run without antifreeze. (And folks, that’s mighty tough!) I wasn’t going to blog … Continue reading

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Lean On Me Or Visa Versa

Happy President’s Day! I intend to spend this day winning my tear battle. (So far so good, but I’m blogging now; so who knows…) My reactions to Bernie and Alexa’s (my son and daughter-in-law) moving have been reduced to crying … Continue reading

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