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I may have mentioned this before, if so forgive me. There is a woman here, well put together, hair in a bun, fashionable clothes from the 50s, and made up to look like she was still in her 30s. None of that is important. Just a bit of background to the painting. What is important … Continue reading Oh What a Beautiful Morning
Is that I'll never be back physically to what I was. I know that's the wrong pc attitude but that is my current reality. There are too many concurrent diseases going on. The strokes were one thing. The Crohn's another. If that was it, there might be a slim possibility of nearly full recovery. But … Continue reading One Realization
Mike the Painter sat down next to me on the Wellness Level. He asked if I was getting used to the place. I replied: sort of. Sort of is one of the phrases that is the tip of a verbal iceberg. The hardest thing to get used to is - all the old people. He … Continue reading Croque Monsieur
According to an article in the Yearly News, parents are starting to use the name Alexa for their newborns. Alexa, take out the garbage! I am not able to take out the garbage. Perhaps you reference the human child to whom you gave my name? According to the article (which may be fake news) entire … Continue reading A Rose by any other Name
After my last MacPro broke down, my neighbor at the old place gave me his ancient iMac to tie me over so I'd have something to at least write my blog on and stay in touch with you. A customer on the west coast just sent me a much more recent iMac, maybe five years … Continue reading New iMac
About writing a blog is that just about nobody these days see it. It's a little bit more private, and if the computer would stop auto-correcting the wrong words, and if the keys would click like the old-style typewriter keys... then you'd really be in heaven. I would like to know, why the travel distance … Continue reading One Good Thing