Monthly Archives: August 2017

Halloween Prep: Sorbet to Cleanse the Palate

It’s back to the workshop and I couldn’t be happier. Years ago right after retirement, I drew up plans for a workshop. It is 12 x 24 feet, attached to the house, and finished so that it matches complete with … Continue reading

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A Day That Will Live in Insanity

We are indeed living in “interesting times!” The President pardoned Sheriff Arpaio. The sheriff now says that his political career isn’t over. Apparently, we’ll have more opportunities to see this xenophobic, sadist violate human rights, oh goody. Lest we not … Continue reading

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OK, Life is Chill—For a While

Normalcy returns. Yesterday, the Sears repair technician came to the house with a new compressor for my Kenmore Elite (LG) refrigerator. He left a mere 3 hours later and my behemoth stainless steel kitchen decoration has the potential once again … Continue reading

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There Are Days—Don’t Buy Sears or LG Refrigerators

Generally, my life is great and I really don’t have much to complain about. However, my contentment seems overly fragile at times. Today, I’m between big events and commitments. It’s a great time to binge watch TV and expand the … Continue reading

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