Singer and 1970's, bulging crotched, heartthrob, Tom Jones recently appeared near my home at an outdoor theater. When I first saw the signs posted promoting the event about one month earlier I did a double take. Tom Jones? He's still out there? I hope he isn't thrusting his pelvis in and out like he used to or he'll get hip dysplasia.
I know you are waiting for me to say I attended the concert but I didn't and I'm sorry to disappoint you. Not having first-hand knowledge no longer… Continue
I'm a nurse and a bodyworker/energyworker, as well as being one of those people for whom physical affection is not just pleasant or fun but a downright necessity. I'm a hugger. I'm a toucher.
I think, though, that in modern society, we just don't get enough casual contact to keep us from getting depressed. We think it is loneliness, we think it is horniness, we think it is a lot of things, but what a lot of it is, simply, is lack of physical…Continue
I sometimes wonder: Whatever happened to David Freund? David Freund attended my junior high school, Wagner Junior High School in Philadelphia. We were in the same classes in the seventh grade (homeroom teacher, Miss Lillian Camaioni) and the eighth grade (Mrs. MacKay). He later attended Central High School, but transferred after the tenth grade. We were in the same homeroom classes in ninth and tenth grades; the homeroom teachers were Mrs. Barbara Sandler, a French teacher and Mr. Santo Diano,… Continue
What is Beauty? There are so many young girls that are so confused by magazines as to what beauty is or is not.
Beauty starts with a kind heart. It is a giggle shared between friends*it is a secret kept about a suprise party* it is a secret broken when abuse is happening* it is a sparkle in your eyes when the person you love walks into the room* it is opening a door or letting someone get in front of you in the store.Beauty is knowing that it is triangles squares and circles and every… Continue
Life is so full of changes! Some of us balk at them and others look at them as and adventure!
I love the twists and turns life makes it would get very boring to see the same rose everyday and not see any other flowers,tulips dasiy,blackeyed susans.
Grab the changes life through at you and enjoy them!
Regardless to whom you are, what you are, where you are or how old you are at this point in time of your life, everyone has a dream, aspiration, fantasy, objective or goal in this life. What is it that you would like to accomplish during your limited time on this earth? It may sound dumb, stupid or crazy but everyone has something that they dream about being successful at. What's amazing is that you're probably not the only person with your quest. Someone else would probably like to do what… Continue
I gave the chimney on my house a haircut today. It had become overrun with thick, ivy vines, that stuck up in the air about two feet, spreading out in different directions. Reminded me of Don King's hair. I'd been ignoring it because I feel Don King is wealthy enough to get his own haircuts. Vines are stubborn too. They sprout hundreds of tentacles that embed themselves in the concrete in between the bricks and hold on for dear life. After two and one-half hours of hacking, chopping, and… Continue
There's this old guy who lives in my apartment building. He's lived in the building for about 35 years. He's in his late seventies.
This is what gets me about the guy. He works out every day in the building's fitness center. In his street clothes. He uses the reclining stationary bicycle. I know this isn't the Christian thing to say, but neither I nor Stanley Schmulewitz is Christian. The guy is a total pain in the ass. He listens to the radio while he works out. He laughs, talks to… Continue
This just in as a twist in my blogging if that is what they call this I am doing it is all green to me. I have predicted many world events before they happen and in each instance the news reports them after wards. I see and hear these so called self professed psychic clowns not that I believe any of that hooky pooky. I myself know better. There is a educated and uneducated versions of all professions in life. There are Doctors who like the Medicine Man and Witch Doctors are Homopathic Doctors… Continue
Added by Angel Austin on July 11, 2009 at 8:30am —
Well, I've just had a shower and a shave and I have a few things to do I guess. Don't blame me, I mean it wasn't my idea, but I do, I have a few things to do - I don't know what they are yet but that's never stopped me before, so hey . . .
Ya. Oboy. So anywayz . . . as I was saying, I've just had my shower and a few thoughts came to me and I just wanted to share them with all of you. You don't mind do you? You don't? Well ok then, if you're sure, but you better BOLT IN just in case… Continue
Added by ZenDog on July 11, 2009 at 7:50am —
just music and wine..
will the moon will be shinning again..??
yes..so many thoughts..
I don' t like rainy days...
like this one..
will like to have
just a peaceful day..
a blue day...
I don't want to hurt anymore..
will see..if I set you free...
probably I will free myself from this pain..
two years later..today...
the moon is shining..
the sky looked deep blue..
I can hear the music ...
Reenactors Set to recreate the burning of Norwalk.
Here we go again. My city was apparently the site of a minor battle during the Revolutionary War where British soldiers burnt a bunch of buildings. This weekend a group of history reenactors will recreate the battle.
I've had enough of these people. What's the matter the paint ball facility all booked up this weekend? Is the Patriot all sold out at Blockbuster?… Continue
Did you know that President Obama and Senator Ted Kennedy are rushing a massive socialized healthcare plan through Congress -- with a final vote expected before August!
This Obama-Kennedy healthcare plan imposes $1.5 trillion in new taxes and forces Americans to “hand over” their health care decisions to politicians and bureaucrats. This nationalization of our health care system will cripple businesses and cause a massive increase in government control over our lives.
After all the dislocation of my life, and the uncertainties of my existence, it is paradise to be in this quiet apartment in Washington. Some people say that my neighborhood is the dreariest part of northwest Washington. I am a stranger here, but I feel at home: it is life, and I am content--yes, miserable, but content with my misery.
I spend the day doing small things, drinking my morning cup of coffee, going to the library, then coming home and listening to music; afterwards going… Continue