Monthly Archives: February, 2012

I Want That! Not!

 When our eyes see, the brain is alerted to desire, then  the feed-back loop drives certain hormones to surge in  our brains telling us  that we are in lust, whether it is for things, another person, food, or intangible.  Advertisers use  this well to sell us what they wish to sell and often something that we do not need. Visualize your …

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Great Aunt Maude

Great Aunt Maude.

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My Point of View

A Facebook friend of mine today posted the  fact that the Oklahoma Senate has passed a bill declaring that life begins at conception. Do these people know something that the rest of us  do not?  I wonder where these senate members have parked their brains and when they lost their ability to think in a critical manner. …

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Musings on a Winter Day

It is a really gray day here in New England.  No sunshine, just a cloud cover over us all, which is doing its best to make us feel drab and dreary and uncheerful. Where I live, in the south-eastern part of the state, there is very little snow cover.  Just here and there, patches of icy …

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Living Alone and Liking It

I live alone. I like living alone. My company is my two cats and a third cat who comes to visit for supper. Who likes living alone, you ask?  Me. I have a home phone and a mobile phone, so I am not unconnected to the world and family. I also have the internet and Facebook …

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