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It seems like only yesterday I was sixty. That was 2010. Now approaching seventy I’ve found a plethora of changes have occurred not only in my mental state, but physical as well. No longer youthful, even as I presumed so … Continue reading
Hey ya’ll. I’ve had a lot more going on that I have ever anticipated. I’m a school bus driver and been on a summer route a bit, but more than anything else, my wife and I were planning a mission … Continue reading
Earlier this week I filed for, I guess you call it, UIB. It’s unemployment benefits for folks out of work during the recovery after Flo. I can understand schools are going to be out for at least another week and … Continue reading
What else can be added to a note with this title. I personally find it a day to reflect a bit. My eyes opened this morning around six fifteen with the morning light peering in around the window curtains, and … Continue reading
I’ve seen over the past few years that some of my friends on Facebook vent. I can’t say how long the rant was pent up, so I don’t know how long their fuse is. Personally, I don’t vent or rant … Continue reading
As I begin to type this entry, I have yet to determine a title for it. So, to start I’ll say this writing came from my dream state last evening. I suppose the dream was influenced by last evening’s musician’s … Continue reading
Today there is snow and ice on the ground. It can be considered a typical February weather event. Still, local folks still don’t seem to have enough of it to gain experience in driving in it nor does our DOT … Continue reading
Thursday morning, 30 Oct 2014. Libby is “singing” in the kitchen. I don’t know if “Whoa, oh, oh, oh counts as such, but it is melodic. Running water in the sink helps, I suppose. I have Fiesta to my left … Continue reading
Snow days and mixed up schedules. What does that do for you? They say don’t come in, or a two hour, no, make that three hour delay. Go home early, how about now or at two. I don’t mind so … Continue reading