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August 2016

Patience Kitty

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Curiosity killed the cat That may be true, I’ve heard all that But there’s another that whacks the feline Her impatience, can’t wait for time   Irritated, bristled, rattled, hurry up What’s the problem Please shut up Why are people so darn slow Kitty’s on the move, let’s go, let’s go   Sh sh sh don’t say it outloud For them to hear Kitty quiet Patience dear Don’t isolate by…

The Splintered Sperm

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The Splintered Sperm Like women, men are a paradox.  Men are designed to be hunters.  They are born with more testosterone, and therefore, generally have more muscle by nature and a combative nature (brought on by testosterone).  This served well in primitive times or in any current primitive culture where man has to hunt for his food to live, while the women generally are the gatherers….they gather fruits, vegetables and…

The Perfect Machine Starts to Have Engine Trouble

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The Perfect Machine Starts to Have Engine Trouble Here you are….driving along through life just fine….here you are in life….your path is a hilly road….ups and downs.  That’s life.  You roll with the punches and maximize the good times.  You never think much about aging. So, imagine yourself, driving in that car through life….cruising on a road….and then you turn 50.  The road becomes bumpy.  Not hilly…bumpy.  Yes, it’s inevitable. …

Chilling

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Below deck in Sophia’s Cigar  Room   Exquisite    

Always Enjoy A Handsome Man

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I Love New York City and It’s Many Wonders!

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I visited The Whitney Museum last week.  I was blown away by the photography.  So poignant, nostalgic, sad…..so much of it a reflection of the underbelly of our society.  The Whitney is a very different museum from those “uptown” (The Whitney is in the meat-packing district) and is quite eclectic.  What’s especially nice is that once you leave The Whitney, blocks and blocks in the surrounding area are filled with…

NYC …. being silly….found some grass to lay on!

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Kill The Messenger

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Kill The Messenger I met Anna when I was in 9th grade in Freeport, Long Island.  She was a year older than me but we clicked and became best friends quickly.  We had a good deal in common.  The thing we had most in common was SHAME.  We were both dirt poor with mothers who didn’t give a crap about us and who didn’t really like either of us.  We…

Irish Rose

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Irish Rose My grandmother was one of 11 children and grew up in County Cork, Ireland.  She was one of the younger of the brood.  It was common during that time …. around 1918, when families had many children for several reasons: to help farm land, to help with chores and raise the other children, to ensure that a family would have some children that would live to adulthood due…

Boomers Bailing

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Boomer boomer Watch tv Commercials abound Just for thee Just for you Just for me Aging group Yes. That’s us In denial, so let it be Fight it every step of the way Silly human Watch nature Learn the way When it’s your time Then nature calls And nothing you can do will Undo the yours walls Astra Zeneca XelJanz Xanax Klonopin Lyrica Statins Celebrex ….. oops side effects more…