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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 II)

Home Again, Home Again (Almost) When last we left you, our plucky heroine had just reached the safety of her home after enduring a harrowing adventure that included numbing cold, punishing winds, a disconcerting warning beacon, a near collision with … 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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