Monthly Archives: July 2012


49 one more day of forty-nine my health is good, I’m feeling fine this gray goatee may be a sign I’ve gone and crossed the middle line but I’m not one to sit and whine of my past youth, lament … Continue reading

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The Race

     Deanna Markham was losing the race, again. She was second in a slothful race across the courtyard of her seniors home with the wheelchair-bound, Dora Lee Schmidt. Two elder tortoises in a juvenile competition to get to their favorite perch; a view of … Continue reading

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