Monthly Archives: December 2005

Resolutions and Reflections

RESOLUTIONS AND REFLECTIONS   Swifter than a hummingbird’s wings, this year has flown by, leaving behind swirling eddies of thoughts and ideas, grim memories of wind-blown devastation and war spawned horrors, mixed with elation at loss avoided, challenges conquered, the … Continue reading


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Date Application

My thanks to all those who have stopped by here over the last few days to offer Christmas good cheer and wishes for the New Year. The holiday caloric levels have still not returned to their baseline levels, and my … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

MERRY CHRISTMAS   Before you know it, the holiday rush has carried you along to the post-Season Sales, where you can buy more stuff you didn’t need in the first place at savings of up to 50%. As Christmas Sunday … Continue reading

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Star Trek Reader

As the Christmas holiday rapidly approaches, here is a list of what you might want to get for that hard-to-shop-for Trekkie on your list:   KlingonFairy Tales. BY MIKE RICHARDSON-BRYAN – – – – "Goldilocks Dies With Honor at the … Continue reading

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Old People

              Aged People   They sit on benches in nearby parks Like journeying birds on the telegraph wire; They dream of past days, of grand old times, Of their long lost youth’s burned out fire.   They sit on the … Continue reading

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Love – From A Child’s Perspective

Kids on Love.   The following question was posed to a group of 4 – 8 year-olds:"What does  love mean?" Below, their answers were broader and deeper than anyone could  have imagined! "Love is when a girl puts on perfume … Continue reading

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Ten Rules for Being Human

10 Rules For Being Human 1. You will receive a body. You may like it or hate it, but it’s yours to keep for the entire period.2. You will learn lessons. You are enrolled in a full-time informal school called, … Continue reading

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The Moon

THE MOON   The moon escapes the pale water’s rim, Rises, and the waters jump and run And trace their steps across the sandy bottom To the secret place where they began; And as the creeping moon trims her way … Continue reading

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More Medical Terms for the Lay Public

Medical Terms for the Lay Public – (I to V)   Based on your recent positive response to my last offering on this topic, here are some more daffynitions for your (hopeful) amusement.   Impotent – distinguished or well know. … Continue reading

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