Category Archives: Musings

The Last Day of the Old Year

New Year’s Eve, 2017 New Year’s Eve, Champagne, hats, horns and music. A bittersweet moment in time. At once, a look back on what was, triumphs and disappointments. And then a look to what might be, hopes and dreams. All … Continue reading

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Congressional Constipation

It seems that the current case of collective Congressional constipation is at a critical stage. There is so much intense straining going on that whenever it breaks through, one would be wise to not be nearby. There are not enough … Continue reading

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The Question of a Mattress.

So, on one of the interminable breaks for commercials today, a voice posed this question. “Do you love your mattress?” When is the last time anyone has asked you such a personal question? Ordinarily, I would ignore such a question, … Continue reading

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Wayne’s Birthday.

I was reminded yesterday by my iPhone calendar that today is the birthday of my good friend Wayne Tanous. Wayne, as most who will see this post know, died just over a month ago, so his memory is still really … Continue reading

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Musings

Night Scenes Night comes, Bringing scenes Of plays, Real or imagined. Comedies and tragedies, Play out on a stage, Directed by our demons, In a setting we designed. The sun comes up As the curtain comes down, And actors take … Continue reading

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