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NEW YEAR’S EVE AGAIN?

Been missing in action for the last two years. I guess you could say I’ve been preoccupied with work, art-making, and pursuing a diagnosis for  increasing symptoms of some type of degenerative disease. More about that later. But something has … Continue reading

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And what about very old friends?

Today was brunch day for me and one of my old high school friends.  We were out of touch for a very long time until just a couple of years ago, when he tracked me down.  Turned out that he … Continue reading

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talking for the sake of talking

This is one of those weeks when I just don’t feel like working.  Maybe I’m a little burned out on work right now; it does seem to happen with clock-like regularity.  People come into my office every day and tell … Continue reading

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SPEAKING OF FLAPJACKS . . .

I haven’t had any for awhile.  Have you? How do people come up with titles for their blog posts?  There is definitely an art to it.  I suppose it depends upon whether one wants to cast a large or small net for potential … Continue reading

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MINDING THE MIND . . .

Recently, for the first time since I started blogging (December of last year), I actually got 40 views in a day, which to veteran bloggers is probably pathetic, but to me, it’s like hitting the big time.  It looks like my … Continue reading

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG, THE GRASS HAS RZZZZZZ . . .

    I can smell the freesia and roses from across the room.  It’s not until I’ve gathered the first bouquet from our front yard that the disappearance of winter becomes palpable for me.  It’s true that we’ve been lolling about in … Continue reading

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epiphaneia

Good god.  From scanning some of my previous posts it has come to my realization that I’ve begun to sound like Woody Allen playing himself in one of his own movies.  Y’know, the hypochondria, the creepily minute details about mechanical failures … Continue reading

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