Monthly Archives: March 2012

THE BUTTER TUB INCIDENT (PART II)

As she prepared to go to bed A ghastly sight filled her with dread. Her shock, expressed in terms most verbal, “Ye gods!” she screamed.  “My foot’s all purple!” “What happened, Mom?” her daughter cried When that swollen purple blob … Continue reading

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THE BUTTER TUB INCIDENT (PART I)

The morning sun edged out dark’s gloom, And light flowed into Marla’s room. She stretched and yawned and rubbed her eyes. Another day; it’s time to rise. So from the comfort of her bed– Shaking cobwebs from her head– She … Continue reading

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KEYS TO FRUSTRATION (Part II)

MYSTERY SOLVED Now this where my theory comes in.  These incidents are not a matter of happenstance. They’re the work of—pay attention now—HOUSE GREMLINS.  These pesky little sneaks are always filching something and hiding it from me.  Things disappear suddenly … Continue reading

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KEYS TO FRUSTRATION (Part I)

READY.  SET.  NO. In my posting titled “The Turkey Had It Easy, Part II”, I wrote that I had a theory concerning the little mysteries we experience from time to time.  I formed this theory some time ago, but after … Continue reading

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