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Veteran’s Monday

If you speak your mind, thank a veteran. If you sleep safe at night, thank a veteran. If you worship the way you wish, thank a veteran. If you go about your daily life freely, thank a veteran. I thank … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Not Forgotten

Veteran’s Day is Monday. This was made in 2013. So many more veterans now. So many heroes. Thank you all. And if you are out and about here in the States this weekend and you see members of the American … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: The Witch of November

I don’t know why, especially since the ship actually sank on the 10th of November, but on All Hallows Day (the 1st of November), I always think of this song. Gordon Lightfoot was a staple of my high school and … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Release

Waaaay back in the day, we used to put inspirational posters up on our walls. Or posters of a hot rock star (looking at you Mark Lindsey of Paul Revere and the Raiders). Farrah Fawcett in that tank suit…(the guys … Continue reading

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Monday Through Dark Colored Glasses

So. There was a last week. And a weekend. There were books to be read. Words to be written. Baseball and football to be watched. There was “The Masked Singer” (a not-so-secret indulgence). There was Stormageddon, cheeseballs, and stink bugs … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Signs

Remember that old saying about stopping to smell the roses? When Only was little, we did that. A lot. We spent over an hour watching a cicada metamorph from a “beetle” into it’s winged version. The technical term for their … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Dream

When I was a kid, I told stories to my stuffed animals. Even though I had an original Barbie, Ken, Midge, and Skipper, I wasn’t much for dolls. Stuffed critters, though? I had them tucked everywhere. And I had so … Continue reading

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