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Monday, October 25, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Life on the Road is dangerous

Life can run you over sometimes.  If you are lucky you'll never hear it coming.  If not . . . well just take not when the big shadow rises suddenly.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Enjoyable Pic

I did not take this picture and I don't know who did but I've always liked it for two reasons:
1 - It has beautiful shapely women in it and

2- It reminds me of picnics we took when we lived in Germany. 

Granted Mom and her friends where not so bold as to suntan topless or even strapless but they dressed down to the socially acceptable levels of the day.  Mom and Dad and their friends loved to fish and drink and tell dirty jokes and make sexually explicit innuendos when they had a few.  Dine and I just played.  Jeff was several years from conception in those days.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Columbus Day Ponderings

I've been off since the 1st and have enjoyed the relaxed self directed days. Sitting in the picture window at the Elk River Coffee Shop is an experience I could make a habit. I've found many such places to relax and ponder throughout my life. I seem to be gravitating toward the slower pace. I think my doctor finally has my medications balanced, LOL.

This window overlooks the north end of Main Street just off the town square. Fayetteville, TN - unlike its name sake in NC - is still a small town in size and disposition. Life is so slow, it's hard to understand how the local economy can support it. Yet it does with a hardware store on the square, a movie theater right out of "The Last Picture Show", a Merle Norman Cosmetics and a Electrolux (Authored Floor Care Service Provider Since 1924) mixed in with EdwardJones Investments, Rudy P's Trash & Treasures and a Town & County Realty & Auction.

On the Coffee Shop radio plays a song my Ex once choreographed a self reflecting dance to. Life, so full of crossed paths. Some understood and others not. This is just one of the values a nice Coffee Shop brings to one's life.