Monthly Archives: August 2017

From the Quote Box

The world is indeed a mixture of truth and make-believe. Discard the make-believe and take the truth. — Ramakrishna Continue reading

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Made It, Another Year

Had a pleasant dinner with Mom at the Olde English Pub in Albany and today I’m at work. It’s nice to reflect on the years past and think about times to come and to enjoy all the wishes coming towards … Continue reading

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Sunday out and around here and there

I went and procured tomatoes. Real ripe tomatoes. I needed a tomato sandwich and I needed it bad. I had a peach for dessert. Diddled around at home for awhile and then went out late to the nearby pond and … Continue reading

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chasing clouds

The clouds today were big and puffy and fun. Here’s all the photos I took this morning on the way to work. And after a long day at work, and even though I should be writing a poem to send … Continue reading

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Also seen, but yesterday

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