If 2020 Was A Math Problem…

“If you’re going down a river at 2 mph and your canoe loses a wheel, how much pancake mix would you need to reshingle your roof?”

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The Week In Seven Photos

With the general feeling for the week best described by the following photo, I wasn’t sure how I was going to come up with any humorous insights or highlights for the week. With all the major issues in our country causing mental and physical fatigue, it almost feels like any new problem or unpleasant topic could…

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Wordless Wednesday

“Can’t Spare A Square” – Seinfeld

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The Week In Seven Photos

I went old school this week listening to albums (ok, vinyl for some generations) on the new turntable, after I recently discovered sometime over the decades the old one gave up hope of ever being played again, and I’m amazed at how much I had forgotten about the experience.  It was shocking to discover after…

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The Week In Seven Photos

So much happening in the world this week and there was so little I actually wanted to talk about, which was a relief for the wildlife.  Feel like talking about the cancellation of the Big 10 college football season, the state of college and professional sports and, as a lifelong sports fan, my complete lack of…

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Monday Musings – 50 Word Story

Back in the ’90s Seinfeld was my favorite show and who knew decades later life would become a permanent episode of “Bizarro World.” At dawn the day arrives appearing normal, but then the hours roll along and with a subtle shift on the surface the “bizarro” creeps into the scene.

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Monday Musings

There are many simple things along the way in life that one can develop strong opinions about, like not being a big fan of seafood after a bad reaction to my first seafood dinner, but then discover how quickly opinions can change after one fabulous lobster roll has you constantly thinking about placing your next…

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Thursday’s Triple Feature

Loved the name and the “bright fruit driven wine that is well balanced with a vibrant, lingering finish” was a great choice for the week while enjoying the movies Bottle Shock, A Good Year and Sideways.

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Flowers And Movies

The street and society photographer Bill Cunningham was an artist “who saw beauty at every turn” and in the wonderful documentary, The Times Of Bill Cunningham, the fashion historian in a 1994 interview shares wonderful stories about his life and the film includes an incredible collection of previously unpublished photographs from his archive of over 3 million images.

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