Monthly Archives: January 2009

Why you shouldn’t just leave the camera laying around.

Especially when some people who live in the same house that you do have no regard for a person’s privacy.  I’m pooped. I don’t do this on purpose. What it is is that people who have recently undergone open heart … Continue reading

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maybe they should have called them Rita and Ruth!

I try not to comment on stuff like this because I learned years ago that a story about people who will do anything to make a buck is not exactly a man bites dog event.  I also know, in this … Continue reading

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Gaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh. part 72

A teenage American Idol contestant ‘writes’ his ‘memoirs’ and gets an interview on ‘good morning, America.  I wrote my memoirs and  the best I can do is a talk with the St. Thomas More Senior Citizens lunch group. I need a … Continue reading

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winter time.

I am not fond of winter but there are times that its stark beauty catches mine or Susie’s eye and we try to capture it on film… er,, on a digital  SD card.  Susie is wanting to paint some winter scenery so … Continue reading

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be brave.

It will all be over in a minute. I have learned this the past few weeks while making regular visits to the blood draw palace. The doctors are interested in the levels of some medications in my blood as well … Continue reading

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I like a bargain.

When we moved into the condo where we are now living, I took one of the bedrooms as a combination hideaway / office / writing den. I brought a small computer desk that I used in the camper and worked … Continue reading

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baby, it’s still cold outside.

Concerning this project 365 business, you would think it easy to just snap a new picture every day but not when you’re a perfectionist. Trying to find interesting subjects to present takes a little work.  The following picture was taken … Continue reading

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