Monthly Archives: October 2012

LIZARDS AND THE BEST INTENTIONS

The Quick and the Dead, Inside and Out Living in a suburb of Ft. Worth I don’t get to see a lot of wildlife other than the unfortunate skunk, opossum, or raccoon that has been rendered road kill.  Among the … Continue reading

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MIND OVER BLATHER

Head Room Someone said to me a while ago, “You live in your head a lot, don’t you?”  Now, I was taken aback a bit by that remark.  I don’t remember what we were talking about (or even who my … Continue reading

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REALLY “PET-TY” POLITICS

Three Dim Bulbs Writing can present some real challenges, the first being the subject matter itself.  You can strain the brain, pumping those gray cells for all they’re worth, sometimes for days on end, with no results.  You might start … Continue reading

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IF THE SHOE FITS, BEWARE IT! (Part II)

Boot Ugly! The shoes are bad enough but there are also what are referred to as “booties.”  Whoa!  Back up!  Booties are for babies!  I wear boots, be they short or tall.                                Booties                              … Continue reading

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