Archives for the day of: January 2, 2017

Why do I have such a hard time believing this? Experience you say? I doubt that I have ever before experienced what is to come for this coming year. More like common sense, mixed with age and pessimism. I anticipate another of Tennyson’s poems; “The Charge of the Light Brigade”. ~~dru~~

A Hansen Chronicle

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So they say in all my meetings, including AA. ~~dru~~

Random Writings on the Bathroom Wall

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Who snuck into my house with a camera? ~~dru~~

The Last Of The Millenniums

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There is no shame in admitting you have to hide your TP or the cats will get it.

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‘It’s fun, once You understand How to fall”

Sheldon Kleeman

Backwards I fell

I never knew enough

For the ones who knew

yet I knew someday

I know enough

I took patience by the hand

And waited till time

And life were ready

Not everyone waits

To laugh,yet I did

I wasn’t a fool

Just foolish enough

Not to listen till

I was ready

To count all the

Change in my pocket

To know what change

I had,and

what was about

to happen that

would change

My life forever

Funny thing

About falling

Backwards

It’s fun once

You understand

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There is no pleasure worth forgoing just for an extra three years in the geriatric ward. —John Mortimer
My Hero….sigh ~~dru~~

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In honor of the birthday of American composer Eric Whitacre, here is his “Lux Aurumque,” sung by the choir of King’s College, Cambridge.

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~~dru~~

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The love of one’s country is a splendid thing. But why should love stop at the border. -Pablo Casals, cellist, conductor, and composer (29 Dec 1876-1973)

 

Don’t Cry Don’t Cry Don’t Cry Don’t Cry Any More

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