You could call this a personal creative fiction journal about a world traveler and his evolving life.
He saw the warmth of Americans vanish with the once large friendly middle class. Was there a Camelot, when we thought of ourselves as a good nation?
The powers that be have been holding our country hostage since Reagan took away the power of the unions and Neoconservatives took over the Republican Party!
Will we ever stop our declining ways?
(sorry for typos!)
thursday: boring ramblings!
finally at the pool waiting for my family while I have about 40 minutes of
charge on this usedputer… I got it so I
could have the cord for the old run…
We’ll have to make a beer run
(30 miles round trip) or we can savor our last beers hidden
Awayin my trunk… I realize I’ve been missing my
jumper cables for my old faithful Infinity…
But I’ll let myself get
distracted with Huffington Post, Facebook and Craigslist..
Friday, August 10, 2012 …. It’s
night time… bonding more with dad in law over some tennis…
No match… just hitting across
to each other.. he even let me use his larger racquet and changed to the
midsize racquet I was hitting with… he even gave my even 3 tasty buds the other
night and even brought beers for my wife and me… now maybe “play it forward”
will happen as Im more inclined to buy him a premium 2xx beer!
Still watching the Olympics happy
overall with the day… making a couple of productive calls, especially getting
the benefit of avoiding the high interest on a delinquent property tax…
Saving our family a couple of
As far as my writing ???
feeling the pressure of starting something too soon when I wasn’t really ready…
jumping into the surf maybe a little too soon… but I have to keep my head
together and know that eventually Ill reach the buoys after these challenging
I have to start writing even
when I don’t have internet and I am not near a hotspot…
I put it out here on my 2007
version of word…
And Ill get away from the
boob tube and myintense passion for the
Wishing that I had direct tv
and could record all of these Olympics.. oh well…
Watching these swimmers maybe
think of our aquatic hominid cousins…!
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