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Never underestimate

Never underestimate the power of a cane thrust directly at a strategic body part.  Myra Tellingheusen via Twitter

One-liner Wednesday & Just Jot It January are like PB&J.

Non Fiction

180116-Looking Forward Forty Years

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 HEADLINES FROM THE YEAR: 2059


Ozone created by electric cars now killing millions in the seventh largest country in the world, Mexifornia, formerly known as California… 336 more words

Humor

How My Pets Have Taught Me Compassion for All Beings by Ivy Helman

My cat is a hunter.  You can see it in her eyes.  She plays fetch considerably better than the dog and seems to enjoy playing with her “kill” – throwing it up in the air, batting it around and pouncing on it – long after it is “dead.”  If we forget to clean up her toys before bedtime, her prowess invades the night.  882 more words

General

End of Year Ruminations and New Year’s Wishes

It’s that time of year when all those “best of” lists come out. An NPR blog I was reading talked about fifty good things that happened this year (mainly in pop culture). 241 more words

Aging

MIRROR, MIRROR!

While Christmas shopping, I stopped into Bed, Bath & Beyond to pick up a larger oven mitt for my husband. Lately, he’s been cooking up a storm and mine is much too small for his hands. 328 more words

Inspiration

Undulating Lily

The pond below the water fall at the Naples Botanical Garden is a mesmerizing place to be. The water has a constant undulating flow, creating abstract reflections. 333 more words

Photography

NOT EVEN A WEEK

Not even a week into the new year and I find myself already running behind. I haven’t figured out why old people are so busy with their lives. 319 more words