Tag Archives: staying where your feet are

At the Crack of Doom

New York, to put it mildly, is a minefield of worry. My doormen now all wear gloves, so they look like nervous, though still very polite, penguins. My halls are empty. Even Patrick the cat is layin’ low. He should … Continue reading

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Best Story of the Week…CHARGE!

No, this isn’t about Amex or Visa, it’s the story of three dogs I encountered today…. a Rottweiler, a Standard Poodle and a French Bulldog. I’ve seen them before, their owner, a tall, slim, middle-aged man in designer eyeglasses who … Continue reading

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Looking Up

I’ve decided nature is my new church.  Being in the park each morning I can’t help but to think…wow…God is really showing off.  A man I knew, no longer with us, once told me to always look up since life … Continue reading

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A Boring Day

I popped into Phil, the shoemaker, to visit Vanya, his wife, who asked me out of habit  what’s new. She’ll ask me this at least three times in our conversation, in case I forgot something. “Nothing’s new,” I said. “I’m … Continue reading

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