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THE BEARD PART II OR III (MAYBE IV)

I haven’t written a blog post lately because I’ve been busy growing a beard. My wife doesn’t understand how labor intensive growing a beard can be. Often she’ll come home from work and say, “Did you finish the laundry I … Continue reading

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TAKES A LICKING …

I still remember the old Timex watch commercials. They would drop a watch into the ocean where it would be eaten by a fish which would be eaten by a bigger fish which would be eaten by an even bigger … Continue reading

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MY WIFE THE SORCERESS

After careful consideration, weighing the scientific facts and doing the mathematical calculations, I have come to the logical conclusion that my wife is … A SORCERESS!! I know what you’re going to say. “There are no such things as sorceresses. … Continue reading

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THE PIANO

My wife wants a piano. She doesn’t play the piano and neither do I. There are all kinds of musical chromosomes floating around in my DNA. My mother never had a piano lesson in her life, she couldn’t read music, … Continue reading

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THE GAME

My wife walked into the room holding a red outfit in one hand and a blue one in the other hand. “Which of these should I wear to the Cavanaugh’s?” she asked. I’ve been playing this game for well over … Continue reading

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THE GHOST AND MR. ME

  I believe there are things that happen which cannot be explained by worldly means, e.g., how rap and disco became popular, why the Chicago Cubs can’t win a World Series and many things involving politicians. (Where the sock goes … Continue reading

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FOR THE GOOD OF HUMANITY

Long ago in a different time I worked at a packinghouse to support my wife’s and kids’ addiction to food, clothing and heat. One day a guy I worked with told me he had joined the ‘Possum Club. I studied … Continue reading

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