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A Sunday Ramble

I’ve been feeling a little better.

Do you ever see that New York Times column, “My Sunday Routine”? I’ve only read it once or twice, but it made me feel like I should really have a better Sunday routine. 459 more words

Self-care

A Personal God of My Own

by James Wallace Harris, Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Sometimes I wish I had a personal God for amicable chats when I have insomnia in the wee hours. 837 more words

Aging

A Tormented Conscience

MY IMAGINARY FRIEND IS SO KIND.  HE’S AN ASSHOLE, BUT A KIND ASSHOLE.

THIS MAKES ME FEEL GUILTY WHENEVER I SPEAK UP ABOUT THE CIGAR SMOKE.

(Otto)

“(Otto),” a short animation by Job Roggeveen, Joris Oprins, and Marieke Blaauw.

h/t: Sarah Larson

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Short link: https://wp.me/p6sb6-nMt

Comments are welcome if they are on-topic, substantive, concise, and not boring or obscene. 23 more words

Videos

Fiction: Voices (877 words)

<<Part 1>>

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Part 3
The game went on for three more rounds, another hour and half.  The woman won by exactly two points, the minimal amount needed to win—even though the man had a clear opportunity to pull ahead in the penultimate round. 874 more words

Stories

What to write, what to write...

Hmm… I just leave these here for your amusment.

Be amused.

You’re welcome.