Monthly Archives: September 2012

Mental Dental Floss

Things are not looking good in “Trophy Town” this week.  On Sunday, the Boston Red Sox were mathematically eliminated from post-season baseball play.  On the same day, the New England Patriots lost a game they should have won.  The National … Continue reading

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Babylon Revisited Again

This blog uses an internet blogging tool provided by “Wordpress.” According to Wikipedia, WordPress is currently the most popular blogging system in use on the internet. WordPress provides bloggers with lots of help, support, and tools to create better blogs. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Trees

Some people recharge their batteries by vacationing in remote, tropical places. I try to keep it simple; the backyard lawn chair works just fine. The beautiful trees are still beautiful. I’m so grateful for everything I’ve been given. Peace and … Continue reading

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Talk of the Toile – It’s Official

It’s official.  The Boston Red Sox season will end on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at Yankee Stadium.  No amount of wishing, hoping, or dreaming will change the fact that the Red Sox are in last place in the American League … Continue reading

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Don’t Fence Me In

Send me off forever but I ask you please… Don’t fence me in!

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Alas, The Secret Garden

Back in May, I posted a short piece about a garden I affectionately called “The Secret Garden.”  I mentioned it from time to time, but I never elaborated on it.  Yesterday, I picked the last tomatoes and peppers from this … Continue reading

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The Republic of Chair Pad

How did I find Zero Hedge?  Was it on a sunny day like today?  What was I doing when those first apocalyptic storm clouds starting creeping up on the horizon of my chicken coop-sized condo?  Likely, it was 2009 and … Continue reading

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Built to Last

1998 was a year of transition for me, some of it sad and some unhappy.  I’ve sorted through all the files in my memory cabinet and I can’t remember the art exhibit which took me to the Portland Museum of … Continue reading

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Silver and Gold

I haven’t seen my friend Jaxon all summer.  We’re both busy; Jaxon works for a Giant Corporation and it keeps him on his toes.  We hadn’t planned to spend time together but through a careful coordination of circumstances, thought, and … Continue reading

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The Easiest Lentil Soup Ever

Friday is a tough day.  Friday reminds me there are a finite number of hours in every day and I have more things on my “to do” list than I can possibly accomplish.  I’m not complaining.  I’m grateful for everything … Continue reading

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