Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

HOMEMADE ZOMBIES

Catching Up Despite memories of his disastrous arrival in north Texas for Thanksgiving seventeen months earlier (see my post of January 16, 2012, “Driving Miss Crazy”), my son Jake appeared at the DFW airport the Wednesday before Easter this year … 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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THE TURKEY HAD IT EASY (Part I)

So Far, So Good Shortly before noon on Thanksgiving Day I set off for Mesquite, Texas, for dinner with friends.  The drive was uneventful–a blessing in itself since the road system in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area keeps me confused, annoyed, … Continue reading

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