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A Day in the Life: Into Every Life a Little Rain Must Fall

It’s raining today. Fits my mood perfectly. Warning: I’m wallowing. Most days, I’m a pretty happy camper, not much stress, grateful for another day on the planet. Today, however, I’m feeling very blue. I’ll admit it. I’m feeling pretty battered … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life: Standing in the Gap

The last week has been a blur, a very difficult blur. When my other dad went into the hospital after suffering what appeared to be a stroke late Sunday night, I was numb, hearing the words, understanding them intellectually, but … Continue reading

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Grief, Loss, Memories: One Day at a Time

One dies, one is left behind, the nature of things. Grief, loss, memories. Sad, depressed, confused. Old man misses his woman, Stays in bed all day. He knows it is not healthy, that he must move on. Grief, loss, overwhelms. … Continue reading

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LASIK TOAST: Haiku

About a year after getting toasted by LASIK, feeling the need to express my feelings about the matter, I wrote some haiku. Years earlier when my kids were in elementary school, they studied Japanese culture and learned to write simple … Continue reading

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