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Midway Monday

September–the time of state fairs, cooler weather, football, and the lead up to post-season baseball. Fall is my favorite time of year. The autumnal equinox happens this week. I’m ready. Let’s see…to catch up on things. College football is a … Continue reading

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Friday Sinema: Ain’t Nothin’ Soft About It

Paige Parker, an Independence, MO native and softball pitching phenom from the University of Oklahoma was asked to throw out the first pitch at a recent KC Royals game. Check out the “easy” strike she threw by CLICKING HERE first. … Continue reading

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Monday Lateness

I’m not sure of making the suckitude less but I shall endeavor. 😆 Yes, It’s Monday–the last Monday of the month, in fact. Where did June go? And the year is almost half over? Yikes! So… There was a weekend. … Continue reading

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Mid-Summer Monday

Tomorrow is the first day of Summer, also known as the Summer Solstice, and/or Midsummer’s Eve. Don’t ask. I have no answer. One of my favorite works by Shakespeare is “A Midsummer’s Night Dream” and Midsummer’s Eve plays a large … Continue reading

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Monday Musings in June

When I get caught up in finishing off one of my self-pubbed books, I tend to forget which day of the week it is so the meme I used today is very apropos. The good news is, NIGHT FIRE is … Continue reading

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A Long Month of Mondays

May has five Mondays. How is that fair?!? This weekend was a lot of “people” time. We kept Stormageddon Friday night (Baseball Boy’s end-of-school faculty dinner) and Sunday afternoon (Baseball Boy to high school baccalaureate, The Only to a wedding … Continue reading

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Middle Monday of May

Okay, this pup just makes me laugh, no matter what his message is. May is half over. How did that happen? Here’s a recap of what’s going on in my neck of the woods. Writing: Real Life™ threw some curveballs … Continue reading

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