What he didn’t say

Ron Lach on Pexels.com Something wasn't right. The twinge in her stomach told her so. Her eyes confirmed it was so. He was supposed to be there. But there was no sign of his form, his face. Had he changed his mind? Couldn't go through with it any more? No. Nervous energy traveled through her, …

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Dust pan days

Jan Kopu0159iva on Pexels.com Jokingly following in what may develop into a rant series, let's take a lighthearted peek into those periods in life, when the all encompassing theme seems to be dust and dirt amidst total chaos. Home improvements, rebuilds, new builds and renovations require workmen (also husband or wife and friends and relatives …

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Bureaucracy is a four letter word

Grawlix Please allow me the usual rant that comes with readjustment. Specifically, to locations that have changed superficially and remained the same fundamentally even after a quarter of a century hiatus. Most will associate technological gadgets with modernity and forward thinking. True. But, as with all objects, if not understood, used correctly or to their …

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Expectations

Great Expectations THAT DAY was a day like every other. Maybe it was this awareness that tipped the scale. We'll never know. But, you know people, we live to surmise. Thing is, Jeffrey was bored, really bored and had been for quite a while. I remember him saying to me one day that he was …

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SHEN YUN

We had the treat of a lifetime last night, at the Theatre of Udine, while attending the performance of SHEN YUN. This performance exhilarated for so many reasons. First and foremost is the back story. In 2006 a group of Chinese artists gathered in New York to form the non profit SHEN YUN performing arts …

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