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SAYING WHAT YOU MEAN OR PRODUCTIVITY - Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — Productive

Yesterday was a productive day. I decided to write about the kind of writing I do which I guess would be considered “opinion” or “informational.”  Judy (in New Hampshire Judy as opposed to Mexican Judy) commented that I write editorials, which was startling news to me. 609 more words

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GOOD VIBES

They’ve used jazz xylophones as an aid in diagnosing depressives: If a subject is listening to more than a few minutes of jazz xylophone a day, there’s a better than fifty percent chance that he’s about to step in front of a train. 263 more words

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Chicks Before....Well, You Know....

“Somebody asked me if I knew you….A million memories flashed through my mind, but I just smiled and said I used to.”
~Unknown

About a year ago, my best friend and I broke up. 687 more words

Walmart: Half Eaten Cakes and Jackbooted Thugs

I recently happened upon a news story about a woman being banned from a Walmart in Wichita Falls, Texas, because she ate half a cake and refused to pay for the uneaten part. 359 more words

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A Chatty Cat

There’s a snake loose in my home. I know this because my chatty cat, Oliver, informed me. I heard him calling me from clear across the house. 716 more words

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I’m addicted to break fluid. Don’t worry, I can stop at any time.

This kind of story. Well, of course it made me laugh, but a sly laugh. You see, it’s important to listen, no matter who or what you are or what you think you are. 434 more words

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Random 5 for July 21 – Idioms, sales, ads, weather, reunion

Mom’s idioms – My mother was the queen of idioms. In today’s sweltering weather she would have said “it’s a scorcher!” Once in a blue moon we get the kind of weather we are having this weekend. 202 more words

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