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Comparative Misery

Recently, I watched an old movie that starred Judith Dench and Maggie Smith, two excellent actresses. They were starring in a movie entitle “Ladies in Lavender.” The story involved a young man who washed ashore and was rescued and cared … Continue reading

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“Heart Trouble”

In 2013, I began to have the first signs of “Dimitriosis.” At first, I ignored some of those signs as I was unsure what they meant. However, as time passed, I began to see that I had it “bad.” “Dimitriosis” … Continue reading

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The 78th

What does it feel like to be 78 years old? I can’t say that it feels any different from what it felt like to be 77 day before yesterday. March 20th, the first day of spring, was my 78th birthday. As usual, … Continue reading

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When I Grow Up

I loved Barbara Bush’s statement that the best thing about being the first lady was not having to wonder what she was going to be when she grew up. Well, I’m now “grown up” at 77 years of age, and life continues to be a … Continue reading

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Dimitriosis

A year ago, I began to have signs of “Dimitriosis.” At first, I discounted those signs as I was unsure what they meant. However, as time passed, I began to see that I had it “bad.” “Dimitriosis” began as an “inflammation” … Continue reading

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Hurting the One You Love

There’s an old country song that says, “You Always Hurt The One You Love.” Why is that so? I grew up a pleaser. I made good grades. I obeyed my parents. But, I was gay and, although I kept that … Continue reading

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