Monthly Archives: November 2018

“The Book Is Better”

How many times the comment is made when the movie ends, “I liked it, but the book is better.” The book. Full of page after page of descriptive information and most especially nuances that film can never capture. “They left … Continue reading

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Every Thing Works, Except Me

Every thing is working now, except me. My kitchen faucet said “Farewell” two weeks ago, and it took two weeks for the plumber to charge me $400.00. I couldn’t use the garbage disposal, so I’m hoping it still works. Washing … Continue reading

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“Giving ‘Up’ or ‘In'”

“I give up,” I screamed to my older brother with my arm twisted around my back so my seven-year-old life could continue a little while longer. The other release word was “uncle” which I still don’t understand since “aunt” could … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer, “Okay”

My friends told me after my doctor’s visit that it’ll be “Okay.” Interesting word with ambiguous meanings. “Okay,” as in it’s minor or “Okay,” handle it when you know the results? Tomorrow I’ll know the results. Know? It’s been four … Continue reading

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