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Flip Your Seat

I’m at the library on Sunday when they first open, looking forward to a nice, long read. Their reading room, resembling a huge living room with sofas and easy chairs, is sure to be empty, so I’m sure to get … Continue reading

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The Ephemerals

The word ephemeral is an adjective I’ve shamelessly coined as a noun, meaning, lasting for a short time…fleeting, brief, almost as if you dreamt it. I’m referring to people who come and go, check in and out of your life … Continue reading

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Dolly Parton On The 6 Train

You just never know who’ll you see toolin’ round New York, or in this case, who you thought you saw. I have distance glasses I never wear, honing the art of squinting just seeing enough to kind of identify what’s … Continue reading

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Notes From the Carlyle…July 2019

The rain blew me right in the front door. Alright, I’m exaggerating, but it did influence my entrance. Perils of a skinny girl who felt she was levitating. I decide to behave and go straight to the ante room off … Continue reading

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Things You May Not Know

Sea otters hold hands while sleeping, so they don’t drift apart. One fast food burger may contain meat from a 100 different cows. John Wilkes Booth was 27 years old when he shot Abraham Lincoln, dying from a gunshot wound, … Continue reading

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So How They Hangin’

I heard this expression, remembering it from growing up, an old neighborhood way of saying, so how the hell are ya, as if your balls were a barometer. Since one thought inspires another, it then made me think of my … Continue reading

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A Basset May Come’a Callin’

I still think of Carmela the Basset Hound as though she were a long lost sister, just one with stubby legs and long, silly ears. For those of you who never read the Carmela Chronicles, she belonged to a snooty … Continue reading

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Best Story of the Week…March 7th

It’s Sunday at 6 a.m. as I limp to the park, my left knee mysteriously throbbing like a drum. I hear someone weeping in the distance. It’s a Latino girl in her car, crying the blues. Naturally, Joan of Bark … Continue reading

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Trumpets Blare

I was listening to an argument between two male friends about our Commander in Chief, more or less, playing the referee. I didn’t participate, saying nothing, and saying it often, a handy tool when discussing politics. One guy said, there’s … Continue reading

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The Directors

You thought this was going to be about Spielberg, Scorcese and Cecil B. DeMille, didn’t ya? Nope, it’s about a group of funky funeral directors I know. I lived across from the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home for almost 4 … Continue reading

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