Tag Archives: Family

Fake News

= – = – = What did you hear That you took as a fact? With all due respect, Are you maybe off track? = – = – = What you see as reality, If you take proper stock, Could … Continue reading

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Christ, “C”, and Clyde

Everybody leaves. Everybody. But in my life remain 3 Constants, my 3 C’s: Christ, “C” (hubby), & Clyde. The Lord will never leave me, and (so far) “C” hasn’t. As for Clyde the camel, he’s a cute-but-cracked sculpture I hold … Continue reading

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God Made Girls.

= – = God is Good: He made the world; And to top it off, God made Girls! = – = Goo’s and Giggles Soon will give way, To Glitter and Grammar, And a **lot** to say! = – = … Continue reading

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Breakfast

Yesterday I attended a lively breakfast meeting comprised of 12 beautiful ladies. While thoroughly engaged, I yet found myself multi-tasking: from my strategic position in one corner of the restaurant (chronic cough), I stealthily observed several pancake-eaters in the opposite … Continue reading

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Consanguinity

Yup, I learned another new word: Consanguinity (from Latin for “blood relation”) – From the same kinship/ancestry as another person.  The legal system uses consanguinity charts to ascertain whether Bonnie Jean is a distant enough cousin from Billy Bob to… … Continue reading

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To Serve and Protect (Part 2)

There are probably ranges of problems with this one-minute blog [reader comment here].  The one on my mind today is this: A Short Story is a Sad Story because it’s an Incomplete Story.   On my last blog I wrote “End … Continue reading

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To Serve and Protect

I recently informed my niece that her five-year-old’s vocabulary indicates he’s not talked down to.  She thanked me and added that they were currently learning the word “antagonist.”  Wow!  Most kindergarteners would be happy to utter, “that mean guy.” But … Continue reading

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