Tag Archives: Google Images

Watching The World Go By

Perched on a bench in the park, in passive observation, to quote Pete Hamill, like I’m watching a parade pass by. Everyone seems to be out, enjoying the warmer climes. Couples, young and old, hold hands while fathers push strollers … Continue reading

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Animals…We Just Look Different

These made me smile. Where the fuck’s the bus. Didn’t ya hear me knockin? I own Boardwalk and all the hotels. And then Babar said, we’re off to go shopping, and he and Mrs. Babar, though in debt, lived happily … Continue reading

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Best Story of the Week

I’m in the check-out line at Whole Foods. Next to me is a young mother with twins…a little girl in a stroller, and a boy alongside her. Both are already eating what she’s about to pay for. I say to … Continue reading

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Religion, Politics and How Old Do You Think I Am?

These are three topics that should be avoided at all costs. Recently, a girl I was working with asked, how old did I think she was.  I tried bobbing and weaving so not to answer, but she persisted, smiling seductively … Continue reading

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First Family History

I picked up a book called, First Families (2005), by Bonnie Angelo, that’s filled with fascinating facts of the men, along with their wives and children, who’ve lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.    I loved knowing Teddy Roosevelt, my favorite president, … Continue reading

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Those Who Can’t Teach

I came upon a young mother with a baby girl and a brand new Pit puppy, each ambling alongside her, as she slowly pushed a stroller. African American, pretty, no more than 25, a Norman Rockwell that jumped off the … Continue reading

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Squirrel Life

Have you ever watched squirrels in action? I’ve decided they’re great teachers, the way they conduct themselves, so independently of their fellow creatures.  You never see them steal food from the birds, or interrupt when they’re in a group.  And … Continue reading

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All Paws On Deck

Insomnia should be embraced, is what I say, as the stars and I giggle on Google like girls at a sleepover. Haven’t done one of these in a while forgetting what fun it is and let’s face it, animals are … Continue reading

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I Love Lucy Still

I’m in a summer swoon attempting to rise above the clouds, minus a silo of alcohol. It’s hard competing with vodka on the rocks, but Lucille Ball is indeed a contender, her classic reruns beating Prozac in the antidepressant department. … Continue reading

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Eric Burdon and The Animals

It will sound strange, but I’ve never been as close to the two-legged as I’ve been to the four.  Maybe that’s because they can’t sass or hurt like humans can.  However, they sure can get even pooping on the carpet, … Continue reading

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