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And Bette Midler as Queen Victoria

July 14, 2018
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I’m a huge Anglophile and I despise the Big Orange Cheeto.  Why are these two random things related?  Because earlier this week Queen Elizabeth II, Elizabeth Alexandra Mary,  House of Windsor, hosted  Vlad The Deal…

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General Kelly’s Hunger Games

July 12, 2018
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After Chief of Staff John Kelly appeared cranky at the July 11 NATO breakfast with POTUS and other world leaders. White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders released a statement to the Washington Post, “”[Kelly] was…

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Acme Tactical Products Emergency Plan Regarding Pruitt’s Resignation

July 11, 2018
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Dear Marketing Team: Over the past 18 months, Acme Tactical Products has experienced exponential growth with the attention from former EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt. Now that Pruitt has resigned from his cabinet-level position, Acme anticipates…

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Good Deeds Rarely Go Unpunished

July 7, 2018
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I have absolutely no idea what possessed me to volunteer calling Bingo again at a senior retirement community.  I had been volunteering here every two weeks for most of the summer.  Yet, there I was…

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Vows for Old Married People

July 5, 2018
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Break the glass, light the candle, jump the broom, drink the wine. There’s a magical quality to the marriage ceremony of young people. The white dress, the sacred music, the brides of another era dabbing…

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A Study of Chin Hairs

July 4, 2018
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In a recent scientific study that examined postmenopausal women, researchers determined a causal relationship between the appearance of unsightly, gray chin hairs, their removal, and early onset of memory loss. Leading researchers studied post-menopausal women…

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Look at the Old Girl Now

June 24, 2018
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It’s hard to believe I entered my seventh decade nearly a year ago. Friends warned me that 60 brings unwanted changes to the body. On my natal date last July, I fulfilled a bucket list…

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Finding Thai Chou

June 19, 2018
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The heat index was a balmy 120 degrees, with air so thick it hung from the clouds in chunks. The middle-aged married couple shopped for stone statuary for their new rock garden. She wanted a…

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Ugly Americans First Meal in Paris

June 15, 2018
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On the bus in London and the Eurostar to France, our tour guide coached us. “Speak French. They like to hear their language, and will respect you if you try it. Remember, eating at a…

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Loners Welcome New Neighbors

June 13, 2018
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This morning was a perfectly agreeable weekend morning. We slept in, lovely bonus sleep time with no alarm clock demanding we rise. Fala, the cat, slept between us, and the air conditioning made it just…

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