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I always get melancholy when Christmas comes to it’s abrupt end.  Not that I’m so holiday oriented, it’s seeing how little it matters when it’s over. The trees tossed on the curb like discarded bodies, particularly disturb me; so many chopped … Continue reading

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17 Cent Thread

I was in Panera in one of my addled early morning states realizing I had forgotten my wallet.  Digging in my pockets coming up with three bucks making me still, 17 cents short. I asked the cashier who sees me … Continue reading

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Oh Holy Night

I can’t sleep. Thanks to the whims of steroids, newborns get more shut-eye than I have these past three weeks. I’m happy to report I’m on a reduced dose, but still haunt myself in the wee hours of the morning. … Continue reading

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Decking The Halls

I know I was bitching a couple of weeks ago that Christmas had come too early (post 11/17) but since it’s now legitimately arrived, so have I. I’ve even put up my little Christmas tree my friend Alex had given … Continue reading

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