Monthly Archives: September 2021

AT WHAT PRICE – FAME?

It had been a spectacular day and all the town’s hoopla had been for his sake.  What more could he want?  Evelyn had gone on home and left him with his thoughts.  He needed a bit of quiet time to … Continue reading

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CUT, CUT, CUT THE MIKE!

Headline: Horrific: Biden admstration’s handling of Haitian migrants at US border is shameful Headline: Chuck Schumer Criticizes Biden Administration Over Treatment Of Haitian Migrants Biden has had to come out of the basement lately, so we occasionally find a taint … Continue reading

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WALLFLOWER OR EAGLE

Me? A wall flower, they say; an eagle I say. I sit here on the mezzanine and watch the beautiful people milling around aimlessly -glass in hand, smile on face, every hair and pleat in place. Listen in: “Oh, darling, … Continue reading

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BAKER’S DOZEN – SEPTEMBER 20, 2021

1. Donuts aren’t very tasty today but the last few weeks haven’t given me many ingredients for sweet stuff – or funny stuff.  Consider these ingredients. Afghanistan, Southern Border, Del Rio Bridge situation, Covid, CRT 2. Twelve thousand or so immigrants living … Continue reading

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CYCLE OF LIFE

I wish I had been born in a culture where people refer to the Fall season as Autumn. Autumn sounds so cosmopolitan! Not Fall. Fall is a dreary name for a dreary season. All right, Ms Miserable. What’s your gripe? … Continue reading

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PUZZLE ME

Puzzle? Now that’s a real puzzle. Do you mean puzzle as a noun or puzzle as a verb. Can I also use it as an adjective? Like in “that is a puzzling situation?” Oh, I remember from way back seventy … Continue reading

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MANDATES AND WEARY CHRISTIANS

“I’m just not watching anymore TV,” stated my friend.   We had just attended a meeting in which someone said the mess in our country was our fault, speaking of senior-aged Christians, laying the blame on our lethargy in letting “stuff” … Continue reading

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JONAH

         Jonah was a contemporary prophet to Amos and Joel.  His message was to Ninevah, the capital of Assyria, before Assyria overran the Northern Kingdom of Israel.          Jonah is a straight through easy read book written as a narrative … Continue reading

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REMEMBER THALIDOMIDE?

I looked online to see if there were any cautions against people prone to blood-clotting (taking blood thinner) taking the covid19 vaccine. No problem at all! How about side effects on pregnant women? No problem at all! If either of … Continue reading

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OMEN FROM GOD

I’m sort of laughing at myself knowing many of you fictioneers like morbid mysterious stuff. I considered writing about Luke’s jealous nature and the mysterious disappearance of Lucy’s former boyfriend. Ending with “What is that red liquid dropping under that … Continue reading

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