Monthly Archives: June 2012

Prisoner

Help!!! I’m being held prisoner in my own house.  The way it looks, I may be here a while. I have passed out from the heat 3 times in my life.  The weather man said that we would see up … Continue reading

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Reflections on being a cat

I wonder sometimes about being a cat. It’s twilight now and I am watching my cat move across our lawn…softly. There would be pros and cons, I suppose, like all things, all various states of being have pros and cons. … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing This Summer Part 11

It’s 1:04 AM now, that means I have 32 more days until I leave, 38 days until I go under the knife. Today, I got my Passport back from the State Dept. So far, with each step, there has been … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing This Summer, Part 10

Yes, I’m numbering again. And I’m counting my last post as number nine which makes this one…oh, YOU figure it out… The Hero’s Journey My favorite kind of story is called the “Hero’s Journey.” This kind of story has been … Continue reading

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Desert Island Discs – Bill Bryson (1999)

Desert Island Discs is a BBC radio 4 show which has been running since 1942. Each week a different ‘castaway’ is asked to select eight pieces of music, a book and a luxury item they would like to take with … Continue reading

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Persistence

Persist – to continue steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition – to last or endure tenaciously – to be insistent in a statement, request, question, etc. If you want … Continue reading

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The Coming of Summer

I love summer.  With the obvious exception of the heat.  I don’t do well in the heat.  I suppose I should live in Alaska or someplace equally cool, but Oklahoma is my home, so here is where I’ll stay until … Continue reading

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