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Neighborhood Bliss

A quiet neighborhood  Filled with children’s laughter cause A cop lives next door 

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Mud Stomp

My stomping through mud You ask me why I do it It’s therapeutic 

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I sit and stare at blank paper or empty computer screen trying to create words  out of jumbled feelings engulfing me. Sometimes I manage  to accomplish my goals of word and image creation. Other days are spent  languishing away the … Continue reading

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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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On The Brink

Here we are on the brink For what I do not know  A mysterious adventure Or clandestine meeting Just open the book and see For the story awaits    My daughter-in-law Alexa enjoying her giant crab legs in Panama City … Continue reading

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      Pesto, marinara poured over the spaghetti. It’s Italian Night! 

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Would I If I Could?

I’ve been reflecting on my Life Choices lately; wondering if I would change things if I could, and my answer is YES! I’d keep my eyes intact (take that macular degeneration), and all my family would be living down South, … Continue reading

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Get Ready To Talk

Sis called me last week to tell me that my niece wanted to know about macular degeneration since she’s gonna be heading down that dang path too and had questions; so Sis gave her my phone number and was calling … Continue reading

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Yes Virginia, I Done Good

There are times in life when we all have doubts, and no one really can predict when that will happen. They can be little, like whether or not it will rain or catastrophic, like whether or not our sons and … Continue reading

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Sam Elliott?

Is that Sam Elliott I see On this Gulf Coast Cruise with me? The Sea Screamer bucks and rocks As we struggle to stay upright. “Sam” almost fell into my lap But was able to adjust. No one knew if … Continue reading

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