As always happens in a college town around the middle of May the beginning of tank top season arrives. The sweet young things seem to come out of the woodwork wearing short shorts, tank tops, and 4-inch sandles. Continue reading
Today I emerged from the shadows of boredom into sunlight so bright it burned my eyes. Out of the blue a new attitude had sneaked in during the night. What is this? Did the good fairy visit while I slept and sprinkle me with magic dust? Continue reading
“Oh God, of dust and rainbows help us see, that without dust
the rainbows would not be.” (Said by somebody famous)
If you have this habit of ruminating over your sorrows and problems, you may constantly feel frustrated, anxious, depressed and apathetic. You’re so absorbed in what’s wrong, you’re unable to notice what’s right.
Pardon me for jumping ahead of myself but it has come to my attention that some of the kids of the 1940s are beginning to turn 70 already!
How can that be? It’s gotta be a trick designed to force us to buy more ginsing, Maalox and really ugly shoes. Still, the beginning of a new decade is a good time to take an inventory of where we are and where we’d rather be. In other words, we might as well choke or get a grip Continue reading