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January 2024


January 31, 2024
Oh, how happy we were as pre-teen males so long ago, when the annual Sears Roebuck catalog came out! Our parents used it quite the way people now use Amazon and other on-line shopping services. One could even buy all of the parts needed to make a complete Model-T Ford.

Coronation Day

January 18, 2024
Originally, I was going to describe my trip to the dentist. Then I thought, how dull! Why would anyone want to read about that? There is nothing vaguely amusing, or scary, about a cracked molar. Stuff like that happens all the time. And apart from the resulting toothache that prompted

Ungrateful Dead

January 18, 2024
“How are you doing, son?” “Not great, mom. I have a sore throat. I felt tired all day.” “Are you drinking enough water? You should talk with your doctor and try to get more sleep.” “Thanks, mom. I love you.” “I love you too, honey.” Can you guess which one


January 17, 2024
Elder orphan. Oh my God. No longer a boomer, a category that didn't depress me, but elder orphan? I fit the bill because I have no offspring and often not a lot of support. I do fine though. I sure could have used some help trying to decide if I

Top 10 New Years Resolutions 2024

January 17, 2024
The beginning of the year, like every other, people across the globe create plans to improve their lives by making changes in the areas of personal development, financial planning and social connectedness. Below is a list of the top ten most popular New Year’s resolutions and a bit of advice

Foolish Horoscopes 2024

January 17, 2024
Aries Last Scorpio season brought in an awareness of all that has been hidden. Like when you had to remember to return all the office supplies you stole from work because your spouse invited your boss to dinner. Now in Sagittarius season, your adventurous and entrepreneurial spirit is ignited! You

January Celebrations

January 17, 2024
Aside from New Year's Day (which is also National Hangover Day) and Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, there aren't very many holidays to celebrate in January. In fact, January seems to be hangover month-the major holidays are over and post holiday blues can set in. Still, I think you may
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