Monthly Archives: July 2011

Confessions of a Table Leg

That is actually a title of a book I have been dragging around and meaning to read. It is sort of a memoir of a table leg and all it witnesses at breakfast after breakfast in each household that owns … Continue reading

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Kiss me, I’m Cherokee

The Cherokee Nation is the only Native American group to recognize heredity/lineage as “proof” one is a Cherokee. It rather shows a bit of truth in the NA joke that all white people claim to be Cherokee because technically you … Continue reading

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if and or

The heat. I think that is all I have to say about that, once the heat wave hit it is like energy, motivation and IQ just plummets. While I have been good and staying indoors and not doing much, the … Continue reading

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Seeing the World through Google+ Eyes

So I finally nipped over, accepted my Google+ invitation, and have been exploring for the past few days. I have to say, I have been very impressed, so here I am…thinking aloud…about what Google+ means for me and why I … Continue reading

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Explaining the Debt Ceiling (part 2)

So…as you found out with Delores, the debt ceiling is like a very large mortgage. It represents not only the money that is needed to pay for something that is not realistically affordable, but also, due to credit ratings, holds … Continue reading

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Laineta on the Wave (excerpt from The City of Love)

In Act 1: Scene 1 – Sadima, the Goddess of War, wakes on a beach unable to remember who she is. The Lord of the Ocean sees her in passing and falls in love, but he cannot speak to her … Continue reading

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Explaining the Debt Ceiling (Part 1)

The Panic Sisters are in the air – in more ways than one. The plane has finally left the ground and they are on their way. Both of the sisters, Delores and Melinda, were hoping that when they left the … Continue reading

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The Devil in Miss Bass

Julie Bass is facing a sentence of 93 days in an Oakland, Michigan jail for the crime of planting a vegetable garden on her front lawn. She was told she is in violation of the local city screening and landscaping … Continue reading

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snip snop

“Pretty pa-peep/pretty pa-pop/let’s go do a little snip-snop.” The Mad Kitten has learned enough English to understand that this phrase means I am going out to trim the edges of the lawn in front of the cave with a pair … Continue reading

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The United States of Texas

Over 6,600 Americans were arrested and imprisoned in foreign countries last year according to the US State Department. Over 1/3 of these Americans were arrested in Mexico. Of the top 10 cities in the world that Americans tend to be … Continue reading

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