Monthly Archives: April 2019

1989 Trip Visiting Au Pair Daughter in Munich

(Just discovered small journal entries from my trip) I began dreaming and planning a trip to Europe again after 30 years, when her father and I had camped Europe as students…I got my passport photos and my passport…I ordered my … Continue reading

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Dr. Rex and Jill Dennison Spice Their Blogs….

with  happy music or photos or cartoons or jokes, sprinkled in between the gloom and doom overtaking us.  I wish I could, I wish I would, I think I can…splat! WOOLGATHERING I’d like to get some drawings on here. It’s … Continue reading

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“We will in all likelihood never see a more godly, biblical president again in our lifetime:” Michelle Bachman.

From Salon by Shira Tarlo… My comment:  Of course not!  A lot of people have been waiting aeons for the Anti-Christ!

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While lying in bed this morning I thought how it would be if instead of remembering all the hurtful things from the past I reviewed all the loving memories that came to me of  each of the important people in … Continue reading

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Big Bad Drump

Read Samantha Michaels’ piece on Trump and Prison Reform in Mother Jones 4/11/19.  Like he did during  that early gun control meeting, he’s taking credit for endorsing prison reform and then sabotaging it.

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Original Flash Fiction: Encounter

ENCOUNTER He is a big man, sitting stirring his coffee. Francine, in apron behind the counter, regards him. Her gaze does not waver. Looking up, he is startled. He looks away first, sipping his coffee.  “Do I know you,” she … Continue reading

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Where is Climate Change?

Answer: Very last paragraph– (CBS SF) — Scientists with the Marine Mammal Center said Wednesday that the gray whale that washed up on the Rodeo shoreline in unincorporated Contra Costa County last week died of severe malnutrition, but due to … Continue reading

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