Monthly Archives: July 2015

Man (kind) Overboard

I really understand how intuitively ridiculous so much of our civilized world has become. We have procreated, reared, taught, and encouraged our children to be idiots and subservient believers that ‘things’ are free. Don’t have a cell phone – don’t … Continue reading

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Been Busy – But Been Worried – And It’s Your Fault

Life’s tough and then you die. In between all that almost useless advice: You need to repair the leak in the main water supply to your house. You also need to take care of that fence the tree is ‘scrunching’ … Continue reading

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Boxcar Boxes Contain Value – Part Two (A Memory Minute)

[If you are reading this without having read Part One – two young teenagers are loading a railroad boxcar with Thanksgiving bonus gifts for employees. The gifts are electric roasters capable of roasting a Thanksgiving turkey.] Buddy and I determined … Continue reading

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It Never Ends (A Music Memory)

Piper Kate Younglove said goodbye to all of us over four years ago. In spite of the medical reasons I am so familiar with I am still wondering why. The sparkle in her laughing eyes faded and she slipped away … Continue reading

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Boxcar Boxes Contain Value – Part One (A Memory Minute)

I must have been about sixteen at the time … possibly fifteen. And I was, in addition to immortal, the strongest and toughest kid on the planet. I had muscles and grit. I had youth and stamina. I had all … Continue reading

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