Sunshine, lollipops and rainbows


“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. 

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Looking ahead bluntly and bravely

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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

Hush Yo Mouth, I’m the South

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The world has officially fallen off its axis. I’m convinced of it.  That, or we’ve slipped through one of those black holes and everyone is having a hard time regaining equilibrium.

I didn’t discover this latest disaster until early the wee hours this morning. Sleepless and bored, I tuned the TV to a program taped by the Mississippi wildlife organization.  I have zero interest in hunting and fishing but what caught my attention was the intriguing lead-in. Continue reading

Moving to New Zealand : But Not yet

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My life has become fairly discombobulated over the past few weeks,  and today I gave in to my addiction.

I confess.  I am compelled to move the furniture every few weeks.  I have moved the dining room to the back porch and the back porch to a guest room. If I could pry my cooktop off its base I would move it to the bathroom so I could cook while bathing. Continue reading