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low aspirations and expectations, never fails, i should have run for congress
^^Paul R. Getto
7 hours, 29 minutes ago
Thanks same to you and Mrs. gnome! Best thing to happen this year: retirement for both of us. One of the downfalls of being home together all the time is
the absconding of the IPad which results in me posting as him. :-)
---heheheheh, makes it hard to know who to get mad at then Kathy!
just remember, you can correct his errors on his computer using whiteout on his screen!
Looking back, I think -- well, that was fun.
2012 was ok, but I feel more like I do now than I did when it started.
Holy Cow! You should never sit so close to them Slavers. That DNA probably rubbed off on ya!
Bet you could've tested positive for meth after the game!
4 hours, 6 minutes ago
first pick in the NFL draft..................go Chefs!
---Kansas City's football team been renamed? if so, what's the mascot? Paula Dean?
3 hours, 13 minutes ago
Glad you are ok.
---Thanks Kathy, am getting OK, long road.
you and your hubby have a happy new year.
Artie, I think I need to go vomit now. Thanks.
I had a huge abcess drained and then later got a colonocopy. The former was not MRSA and the later was declared a clean chute. I thought that was wonderful.
First grandchild, a boy.
Celebrating our 50th Anniversary with a 7 week trip to Central Europe, seeing some new sights, including some places that we were not allowed visit the last time we were there--East Germany, the Czech and Slovak Republics.
What was the best thing that happened to you in 2012?
in 2011 I came pretty close to dying.
so in 2012 the best thing was shedding one heckuva lot of pain, and finally , after many months returned to rarely walking a mile's distance!
God has my days numbered, and the number wasn't up, though it felt like we were down to decimals.
Probably the 90 days I spent in jail. Yep, that was the highlight. 2012 was a bad year. Seeing Bob Dylan is my usual highlight to any year, but he skipped the KC area for the second year in a row. I'm betting it won't happen thrice. Here's to 2013. Open wide, 2012!
A regift of sorts... The Joy Formidable.
Having recently made some life altering changes by extending myself to a son, we were on our way to Starlight to see Florence, and he reminded me to pop the CD I'd just burned for the trip—a Big Roar, or some-such. Rush hour traffic and turn-by-turn navigation along a forgotten path, melodic hooks quickly descended into noise. Regroup; attenuate; drive. (Florence streams more mainly than many of the artists who have my ear, but oh-so dear, she sings her heart out, and that alone qualifies.)
But the Joy—that first had to be experienced firsthand, as I would discover months later. Crafting and delivering perfect little gifts, they then wrap them by tearing off all the paper and filling the room with a confetti mist. Then, with a sensitivity to the escalation of essential tension of an enraptured lover, the three continue to bring it until the listener is left disarmed, bare, and spent. I recall the moment that rarified atmosphere gelled, and I lowered my head so that the tears welling in my eyes would fall onto the ground rather than roll down my cheeks. In one unexpected moment, all the givings and misgivings of prior months had found a liberating singularity, born of countless mitigating maneuvers.
Aw shucks, I guess it woulda been celebrating our first granddaughter's second birthday, then less than 24 hours later celebrating the birth of our second granddaughter. Sure gonna make it easy to remember though!
If so that has to be the highlight for 2012, seeing me!! :O)
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Pretty sure it was this, but it's gone now . . . .
Not sure, it ain't over yet.
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