Category Archives: Malbor

Observations from this side of the DMZ

I have not written much of the difficulties of the man next door, the man who is in his sixth year of a death sentence from doctors who told him he would supposedly have five years. His sorties into the … Continue reading

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Crocuses and lost newspapers

The slightly warmer days that we have been having have caused the daffodils and the crocuses to peek out of their dark domain. It made me think of an issue we have been having with the Tribune as the peeking … Continue reading

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1984 à la Deerfield

Yes, 1984, the name of a book I read, way back when. Big Brother is attempting to see my every move, or more importantly, annoy me by looking as if he is doing so. Malbor spent a pretty quiet winter, … Continue reading

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Control revisited

Bullies need control. They are inwardly cowards, unsure of themselves and decidedly insecure, causing them to use whatever assets they might have: strength and size, perhaps, and lord it over others. They are narcissistic and only think of themselves and … Continue reading

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The sun shines and malbor continues

Yes, Virginia, the sun shines and it is good. The weather is cool, almost cold, but I can take this. It is wonderful and although I miss the warm days, this works. I like the fall. As it turns out, … Continue reading

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