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Enough

Lucy never thought of herself as lacking something.  She was smart, she was in her early twenties, she was in good health and she had a small studio apartment right in the downtown area in which she had wanted to … Continue reading

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Herein Be Dragons

What is it with women who get hooked up with men who are in prison and then marry them?  Do they really think that they can “save” these guys and/or reform them?  Is what they find attractive the men themselves … Continue reading

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Wishes

Born “Her Grand Ducal Highness Princess Alix Viktoria Helena Luise Beatrice of Hesse and by Rhine”, when her husband Nicholas the Second ascended to the throne as Emperor of Russia her title became “Her Imperial Majesty Alexandra Feodorovna Romanova, Empress Consort.”  For … Continue reading

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Had Enough Yet?

For the life of me I just could not comprehend why she stayed with him.  In the restaurant, in front of three other couples, Michael responded to her voicing of an opinion with, “As usual, you have no idea what … Continue reading

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Dealing With The Hurricane

During campaign election cycles I know to stay away from Louisa!  Depending upon whatever debate she has just watched, or whatever political commercials are hitting the airwaves with increasing frequency, she can swing wildly from one point of view to … Continue reading

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Mrs. Dubcek’s Advice

In a New Yorker cartoon a woman is standing in a bedroom doorway.  In the room is her husband still holding the chainsaw he has taken to the furniture in the room: the bed is now cut in half, a … Continue reading

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Growing Fruit

A friend on Facebook recently quipped, “I thought growing old would take longer.”  It’s funny how when we were younger time stretched out to an unbearable length, and yet when we are older it seems to suddenly contract, feeling the … Continue reading

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