Monthly Archives: May 2012

ROADS TO NOWHERE

Misery Loves Company Recently, a friend told me he thought he knew how to navigate the Dallas street system.  (Fact:  There is no proof that anyone really does.)  Anyway, he was on his way to an appointment when he became … Continue reading

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HOLY MOLEY! (Part II)

My Bucket’s Got a Mole in It A few days later I was in the laundry room unloading the washer when I heard a scratching sound and noticed my dog nosing around the inside of a small bucket nearby.  He … Continue reading

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HOLY MOLEY! (Part I)

Door Prizes Anyone who’s ever owned a cat (or been owned by one) has on at least one occasion been honored— unexpectedly and, from a human perspective, even less appreciated—with some kind of previously viable life form.  These offerings are … Continue reading

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