Monthly Archives: March 2017

Addiction #30 Flying Rats

Addiction #30  October 2, 2012 Addiction to Flying Rats     ♪♫•*¨*•.¸¸¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪ Think of the tune to “Up on the housetop, reindeer…” Up on the housetop pigeon’s feet  We can all see them from the street Down on the shingles … Continue reading

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Addiction #29 Chick-Fil-A

 Addiction #29  7/28/1012   Addiction to Chick-Fil-A   Perhaps you’ve wondered why I’ve penned no addictions? I can’t really blame the moderator’s restrictions. Couldn’t seem to find the material I needed. Now, because of the Creekers, my mind has been … Continue reading

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Addiction #28 – Scoop the Poop

Scoop the Poop   I noticed a doggie along the street, No more than a foot from the owner’s feet. His back was humped, his rump was droopy And I think he was doing the puppy poopy! The owner was … Continue reading

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144 months to live

Well, I’m being a bit pessimistic.  Actually the Social Security Administration says I have 145 months, 27 days, 14 hours and 24 minutes left to collect my benefit (not my entitlement).  That last month’s benefit may have to be returned.  … Continue reading

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More “wholey” than thou

I have family and friends who follow the Bible and the teachings of that book…up to a certain point.  I’ve seen such vile posts on Facebook directed toward people.  Ironically, those evil words are said simply because the person isn’t … Continue reading

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Addiction #27 – The Great Mulch Fire

Okay, here goes.  Off in the distance, perhaps 5 miles, there is a vacant lot (field) where there are piles of rubbish.  The field has probably been a dumping ground for years.  Mostly the rubbish consists of tree branches, piles … Continue reading

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Eye of the “be-older”

As a kid, everyone seemed older.  I could hardly wait to get older.  I thought it was cool to be older.  Older people got to do whatever they wanted to do.  Older people were smart.  Older people had money in … Continue reading

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