Monthly Archives: November 2006

This Just In…

Private eyes are watching you (they see your every move). . . . . . . . . . . . .

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December Cometh

It’s the end of the month and I’m losing steam. Wait? I had steam before? Where did I keep this supposed steam? Do I produce it myself or is it manufactured for me? Where do all these stupid sayings come … Continue reading

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Don We Now…

I seem to have misplaced my gay apparel.

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Thanksgiving History Lesson

George Washington’s 1789 Thanksgiving Proclamation ‘Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be grateful for His benefits, and humbly to implore His protection and favor; and Whereas … Continue reading

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Hey There

How are ya? Say, how do you like my new 19″ LCD monitor? Pretty big, huh? I got it for my birthday. Yes, that was 4 days ago, but I just got it tonight, OK? No, it’s not an early … Continue reading

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Where’d I Put That Thought…?

I had something almost as controversial as welfare/disability to discuss after the other issues died down, but now I can’t remember it. Who was I talking to about this? Eric? Can anyone help me out? (PS: I find it interesting … Continue reading

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Sunday Nap

Why must you do this to me, Sunday nap? Why must we continue this love-hate relationship? Oh, how I love you! To snuggle into your warm embrace between church services is like a little slice of heaven. Oh, how I … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday to Me

I spent all day yesterday feeling nauseous. I went to work, but had to have someone come in and cover for me not long after I arrived. Every movement made me want to throw up. When I got home, I … Continue reading

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Disabled, With Children

In one of my questionable scenarios, Brian has taken exception to be comparing two different things using the same term (“work”). This is great, and, yes, the “work” used in employment and the “work” used in raising children can be … Continue reading

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Instead of going a second day in a row without posting, I’ll put up a poem that you can all try not to comment on. This is poem #15: Angel The vision before me A luminescent sight An ethereal angel … Continue reading

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Help Me With This Scenario

A disabled person is unable, for one reason or another, to work. Working is easier than raising a child/children. Yet, disabled people are allowed to have children. That doesn’t make sense to me. Is my reasoning flawed?

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Let’s Talk About Those Leaves

One of the things I like least about being a homeowner is taking care of the leaves in the fall. Everyone ooohs and aaahs about how beautiful the fall foliage is, but for me it is just a way of … Continue reading

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Another Wrong Scenario

I work with a young lady, a single mother, who is going to school to better herself and to provide a better life for her son in the future. She lives in an assisted living project which bases her monthly … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With These Scenarios?

My “Maine State Housing Authority” check gets mailed to Massachusetts. My “Bangor (city) Hydro Electric” bill gets mailed to Lewiston (different city). My “MBNA America” bill goes to Bank of America. For all I know, my “Citizens Bank” bill probably … Continue reading

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Screwy Sleep Schedule

I’ve been tired from lack of adequate sleep this week. So, I came home early and went straight to bed. Now, when I should be deeply asleep, I can’t fall asleep. This does not bode well for the rest of … Continue reading

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That’s an order. Here’s my take on referendum issues: If you want me to vote to change something, convince me. Nobody has convinced me to change anything this year. Here’s my take on a good voter: Research the issues. Form … Continue reading

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Emotional Prisons

Since nothing else has popped into my mind, let’s talk poetry. Poetry is emotionally driven–either you are writing from your own emotions or you are trying to stir emotion in others. Let’s look at some deep emotions from many, many … Continue reading

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Well Workplace

We had a staff meeting at work yesterday. Not an entire Registration meeting, but the just the people that work under me meeting with the Manager (the next level over me). I think these meetings are going to continue to … Continue reading

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Wanna Make a Bet?

Last month, Brian posted to his blog every single day. That’s impressive. I’d like to be able to do that sometime. Don’t think I can? I’m not above buzzing my hair down to 1/4 inch! . . . . . … Continue reading

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Ahhh, November, how we love thee! November is the month of: *Domain name renewal, *Transferring from Eric’s to Geof’s hosting, *Flu shot, *Moving into my own private office at work, *My birthday (new computer monitor???), *Thanksgiving, *The daily joys that … Continue reading

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