Category Archives: Thoughts and philosophy

The George Santos effect and Martin Luther King Day

  I need the catharsis of writing down my thoughts. Despite thinking about it and having subjects I would like to treat, as I sit down and start letting the words flow from the head through my fingertips, I have … Continue reading

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Thoughts on 2023

  The weather is gloomy. The skies are gray and there is little view of the sun. That is the way it has been for the past few days. The dark days have been brightened by the young, shining faces … Continue reading

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“Ça va bien aller” and Forgiveness via Louise Penny and her recent book: A World of Curiosities

  “Ça va bien aller” means it is going to be okay. I have been struggling with forgiveness for some time now. I know rationally why I need to forgive and I also know that clearly, an inability to forgive … Continue reading

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Enough of lymphoma, food poisoning, and less than pleasant aspects of the Pandemic…moving forward…

It has been one, crazy, end of a year. There have been massive ups and massive downs; overall all is good. Due to the indolence of my lymphoma, as it appears that I have had it for maybe four or … Continue reading

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Now I know why I needed Pepto Bismol

  OMG, what a whirlwind…this is a redo of the previous post. Thanksgiving was light, wonderful, and relaxing. What followed, on Black Friday and on into the next week was nightmarish, hellish, and decidedly less than wonderful. On the day … Continue reading

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