Monthly Archives: January 2015

Feed the Birds

I am not sure if there are any “Mary Poppins” fans reading this, but those of you who remember the movie starring Julie Andrews might remember the song “Feed the Birds”. It feels dated and a little cheezy for this … Continue reading

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No fear stops divers Batman and Easter Bunny “Catch me daddy!”

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Time Machine

Memory persists; ones we cherish, other occasions we wish we could relive, and others still we’d just as soon forget. Depending on our general emotional state, a soft, warm glow surrounds our thoughts of life events, or a haze of … Continue reading

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A gray thread dangles from a frayed sweater over a dishpan, the sleeve unraveling, soaked, victim of domestic imperatives. Tug it, roll it to cuff and forget the fine strand lacks integrity. Is this the one that holds all, that … Continue reading

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