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Pithier Posts

I’ve been practicing brevity lately in terms of blogging, realizing, posts shouldn’t be the length of War and Peace. I have 1,571 posts in my archives, and if you read the earlier ones, boy…did I need an editor. “In writing, … Continue reading

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He Watched Me Like A Hawk

I’m coming off the running track early one morning, when I see a hawk gazing at me from a tree.  He’s huge, with talons that look professionally done by a Romanian woman, possibly called Inga. He’s so homely he’s handsome, … Continue reading

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On The Books

A friend of mine said, it’s amazing how I could go from reading Jane Austen to the Secret Conservations of Ava Gardner without passing go…from a major classic to such smut, as she put it. I read Pride and Prejudice … Continue reading

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The Devil Wears Seersucker

Sometimes I just don’t recognize myself, like today when I tripped my next door neighbor. I pretended it was the girl upstairs who went by with her dogs…but it was me and one scuffed Manolo, I’ll tell ya. Why did … Continue reading

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Shoeless Joe

Every once in a while a book jumps off the shelf like a man who’s determined to get your attention. Shoeless Joe written in 1982 by W.P. Kinsella was that 265 page guy.  It was the novel the popular film … Continue reading

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