Monthly Archives: April 2019

To Tell The Truth

For the first time in my life, I’m part of a jury pool. I’ll be in that pool through June. The notice arrived in the mail early this month. Shortly afterwards, I was summoned and was required to appear at … Continue reading

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To Wish

Yesterday was like many Sundays in that I become nostalgic. This past Sunday’s nostalgia was turbocharged while listening to an old favorite Pink Floyd album “Wish You Were Here”. It seems like ages ago that I preferred this album over … Continue reading

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Distrust Your Intuition?

While pondering whether or not to do something, we might remember the old platitude, “Trust your gut.” This is one of those pithy sayings that seems like an old wives tale to me. Whenever I’ve gone along with trusting my … Continue reading

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To Heal

As I grow older, it seems like it takes longer to get over a strained back or other aches. Dealing with this change is sometimes a bit difficult. I accept it and try not to grumble and gripe about it. … Continue reading

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Footed Pottery …Floral Friday

Pottery with a foot seems like an absurd concept. The idiomatic name for the bases of some containers usually brings a smile to my face when I think of it out of actual context. This week’s three projects feature containers … Continue reading

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So Noisy!

It’s one thing to have a lead-foot on the accelerator, but to have a car that sounds like it is struggling when doing so, is just annoying. The new neighbor down the street has a jazzed up Ford Mustang. He … Continue reading

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Personal Experiences With Denim

I remember my first pair of blue jeans because I was sent home for wearing them. No, I wasn’t a little rebellious first grade miscreant expressing antisocial behavior. I was sent home because the blue jeans had metal rivets at … Continue reading

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