Monthly Archives: April 2016

Notes to Self

How chairs become soiled: Break eggs before new neighbors hatch: Yard Sale: Possible deal on some used kids? Brains are handy. Get one.  

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Fool’s Odyssey 10

To read Fool’s Odyssey from the beginning, click here. Chapter Three: My Life of Decadent Sensualism in Paris Previously: The Fool’s life of gleeful materialism ended as a destitute dream. ↔ The next morning, I went and stood where Mrs. Hussey could stare at … Continue reading

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All Books Without “Girl” in Title Banned!

New York, April 31, 2016 (United Press Irrational) – For the last eight years, the #1 best-selling book in America has had the word Girl in its title: 2009 – The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo 2010 – The Girl … Continue reading

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The Wishing Map 10

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Note: To read The Wishing Map from the beginning, click here. The Wishing Map Chapter Two: Aunt Aloysia (continued) Previously: Gina and Zack continued to obsess over the mysterious Map. ⇔ ⇔ ⇔ Almost two months had…

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A Filmmaker’s Journal

(This is #2 in a series about my current feature film project. To read #1, click here.) We have a cast! And we meet next week to read through the screenplay together. So I’m deep in the throws of anxcitement … Continue reading

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Mowing the Straight and Narrow

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I was excited about mowing. We lived in an apartment when we first got married. Then a condo. Now we finally had a home with a yard, and I was excited about mowing! I got…

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The Cross

The cross isn’t a means of forgiveness. It’s proof of it.

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