Monthly Archives: November 2015

Fifty Cent Memories

Sitting on the back steps, I could hear the music, and when it got dark, I could see the lights.  Actually, I could see their glow in the sky above the trees.  To a little boy, it was a magical … Continue reading

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Driving To Distraction

My wife and I were in the car together this morning when we came upon a major traffic snarl.  You are probably thinking “he’s got to be kidding. Rush hour in Gray Maine is like the line at the Dunkin … Continue reading

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Good Times Are Brewing

I am a beer drinker. Not excessively.  I have a two drink limit, and then only if I am near a bathroom.  I prefer the malty, lightly hopped, smooth winter varieties like Sam Adams Octoberfest, but I have never turned … Continue reading

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Temptation, Thy Name Is QVC

Someone much wiser then I once said “I can resist anything except temptation”.  It was probably a woman, but hey, I think it is probably a unisex thing.  At least, it is in my household.  While putzing around the house … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Know What To Say

A few nights ago, a good friend called me to pass on some disturbing news.  A mutual friend of ours had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.  I knew immediately that I had to call him and offer my support.   So … Continue reading

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This Is My Annual Tribute To Thanksgiving Who brought the Spam to the first Thanksgiving? The Pilgrims brought the Spam I think The Indian’s brought something to drink Though history books do not repeat it There’s more to do with … Continue reading

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One Man. One Flag. One Mile

In honor of our fallen

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