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She doesn’t know what’s worse. Her dog problems? Or her man problems…
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Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
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First she saw the faeries. Then the Internet found out.
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Category Archives: Life
Many years ago, a very wise person who was listening to me talk about some problem I was wrestling stopped me and said, “Why are you holding your breath?” I’ll never forget that question. It was a pivot point in … Continue reading
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Okay, some of these kinds of forward-by-email jokes are kind of lame, but this one is spot-on — it HAD to be written by someone who actually knows rural Upstate. Some of them really zinged me — just spot on: … Continue reading
(On the occasion of learning that an acquaintance has died.) A perfectly lived life would be one in which every moment lived was lived perfectly. The next best thing is to make amends, where one can, for mistakes made in … Continue reading
Yeah, I know it makes no sense. But look at it. So big and . . . bricky. Those gorgeous windows, can you imagine how they frame the view when you’re inside looking out? And right there on main street. … Continue reading
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