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- Cutting Down
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- Full Moon Labor Day Weekend
- CM is 7!
- Q15 Applies to Dogs, Too
- Well, That’s Maybe Not Good
- The Chair
- The New Normal
- July Saturday
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- Showing the Way
- And the Answer Is …
- What Is It?
- And on the Eighth Day, God said … [again]
- Struggling Along
- Facebook Link Is Fixed
- FURLOUGHED: Week Twelve (Final Episode?)
- Civil Unrest and Curfew
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Those of you who are my loyal followers (and not just following to increase your own stats) may have noticed that my posts have become increasingly sporadic. I know you’ve missed me (she says optimistically). Anyway. I’m afraid I must … Continue reading
(ALSO IN KINDLE FORMAT – CLICK HERE) I am honored that Linda Bethea asked me to review her new book, “Everything Smells Just Like Poke Salad.“ Knowing Linda’s work from her blog, I expected a book full of humor and … Continue reading
There is no schedule for August – I have simply been too busy (what with construction and financial issues – and, of course, playing with Cody!) to think up subjects for this month’s posts. For awhile now, I’ve been considering discontinuing … Continue reading