Thanks for a Great (aka “ordinary”) Day!

I recently read through an old journal and came to the conclusion that one really must take the requisite time to record the good days as well as the days that leave you feeling like you were whipped and sent to bed hungry while muttering, “Who needs a drink”? It’s the elements of a good…

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It’s all part of the plan

So, what’s new with you? In my case, a little recreation! Golf and kayaking = Attitude Adjustment. Note to Self: More of that please! Lately, the recycling bin has been filling with boxes at an alarming pace. New things. Let’s call them “moving expenses”. Technically true, with a bit of leeway. Lawn and Garden tools:…

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Sometimes “new” is better, and sometimes it’s just “new”

Word of the Day: teeter-totter teeter | ˈtēdər | verb \\ move or balance unsteadily; sway back and forth: (often teeter between) be unable to decide between different courses; waver: PHRASES teeter on the brink (or edge) be very close to a difficult or dangerous situation: ORIGIN mid 19th century: variant of dialect titter, from Old Norse…

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The cat’s away…

How does the mouse play….? NO TV! Trying to process muddled feelings about the death of another neighbor Read a book:  “Ghost Country” by Sara Paretsky Listen to a podcast about introverts Continue exploring ways to generate work-at-home income Talk to realtor about house sale Number 1 is tough. When someone dies, feelings & memories…

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Kavanaugh for SCOTUS?

They’ve gone round and round and not made any real progress. Tomorrow, the Judicial Committee votes on whether or not to confirm him. Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony had the smell of CYA all over it. He had a lot of bullet points. Yet he refused to answer a direct Yes/No question. As “Exhibit A” he referred…

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