Monthly Archives: October 2016

Quote from Child of Cynicism

(Re Wallflowers) We’ve come to the conclusion that if we’re single at 40, we’ll marry each other-I mean, there’s no sexual attraction, but I dont see why we couldn’t be an asexual/watching countryfile together kind of partnership. She’s my safety … Continue reading

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A DAILY JOURNAL?  Isn’t that passe or something for this crowd?  Well I began it tonight (10/29/16), and I’ll only post it on my new Daily Journal page, so it won’t interfere with snappy things.  Right now I’m using it … Continue reading

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The Poem By Yeats

I had heard two of these lines at certain times but did not note which of Yeats’ poems they came from.  I just found it on Google and want to share it.  Can you guess the two lines referred to? … Continue reading

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Itchy Fingers on the Keyboard

Goodbye so soon, since I believe I’m going to join the November NaNoWriMo (sp?), with a goal of writing 50,000 words during the Thanksgiving month. At least I’ll have a good excuse for not roasting turkey. WHO DID HE BELONG … Continue reading

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Ernest Becker Quote

The Denial of Death  had a significant  impact on me when I read it more than 20 years ago. I came across a quote from it as I was cleaning out my things: “This, after all is said and done, … Continue reading

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Delicious Poem–go there!

10 / 27 / 2016 Poem of the Day: Dividend of the Social Opt Out BY JENNIFER MOXLEY Go there.

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Who’s your best friend?  If you’re with a friend, chatting, don’t ask the question.  I was asked, recently, by a friend. Having attended 11 schools in 12 years, I never stayed long enough to have a best friend — or … Continue reading

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