Monthly Archives: July 2014

RED WINE AND HAPPINESS

There are all those stories about how artists are drinkers, and even how they like to just blur the rules others live by for a healthy life. Also the stories about how one glass of red wine improves that healthy … Continue reading

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Elaine Stritch-She’ll Drink to That

I saw Ms. Stritch do a performance of AT LIBERTY about five years ago. It seemed rambling as she careened around the stage wearing a silk blouse, black tights and high heels. She told some humorous stories about her past … Continue reading

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What Is Happiness?

We like to think we know what is happiness, but it is actually a slippery eel in our grasp. If we have to think about it, is it really happiness or just illusion thereof. Are we like Faust waiting for … Continue reading

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Summer Gardens

This garden of mine is the same garden that was flogged by the angry hand of winter into a shape I did not recognize. Now it pushes new images of flowers and green variations of leaves and the approving nod … Continue reading

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The World Before the Storm

There are people who look to Doomsday with the anticipation they will outlive the event. It’s the rest of us that should be shaking in our boots. Most of us choose to forget the threats and concentrate on what we … Continue reading

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