Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Power of the Myth

For those of you, Dear Reader, who have followed any of my posts you will know that I’m in one of those transitions in life, unwanted, but perhaps for the best. On a melancholy evening I’m searching for some distraction … Continue reading

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Alone on Thanksgiving but still thankful

As best I can recall this is my first Thanksgiving alone in 69 years. Rather than be blue about that I’ll do a little self-help and record some things that I do have to be thankful for. In no particular … Continue reading

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How Could I Imagine This

It’s just amazing. Here I am, 69 years old, living alone in the house of my parents. My parents bought this house the year I graduated from high school. I was heading off to Boston for college and they moved … Continue reading

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No more boring exercise stats

I’ve been off the grid for a couple of months due to some changes in my life. One consequence of these changes is that I no longer have access to exercise machines (treadmill, bike, elliptical) in my old house (too … Continue reading

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