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Spring Down and Fall Up

Spring back and fall ahead! Wait, that should be spring ahead and fall back. Don’t forget to change your clocks an hour back on the first Sunday of November. Daylight Saving Time (DST) has come to an end for another … Continue reading

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The Seven O’Clock News

A blogger’s main nemesis is writer’s block. When it occurs and is close to one’s weekly, self-imposed deadline, a clever wordsmith keeps in his or her bag of tricks, subjects to rely upon as a last resort. In the case … Continue reading

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Protected: Sarobia: The Conclusion… Or Is It?

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Freud would have had a field day with this!

An annoying, recurring dream has been threading its way through my overnight cache of remembrances lately, in which the latter normally reviews semi-consciously, a dysfunctional, somewhat mundane existence up to now, making my memories appear glorious, hilariously outrageous. Dreams are … Continue reading

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Earliest Recollections

What’s your first—or oldest—personal recollection?  Many individuals can’t remember past yesterday.  Some people have short-term-memory loss, yet others are inflicted with the totally unfathomable, neurological disorders to which the elderly are unfortunately prone  to getting, stripping them of any memories … Continue reading

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Baseball and Ballantine Beer

“In the spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love,” according to Alfred Lord Tennyson; but for this baby boomer, I’m presently thinking about baseball. Where have you gone, Joe DiMaggio, and how about Phil Rizzuto on … Continue reading

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