Friday, December 11, 2015


…On the lake this morning there were honking fleets of geese and a lone man and his dog in a sail boat.  It’s literally freezing out, so that guy must really love sailing.  Not sure about his dog, though.

…Here are a couple of things I had published last week:

 …It’s Friday and I haven’t been as productive this week as I should have been.  But there’s still today, right?  So I’m going to go shower and have at those words.
…Here are some things I like for the weekend:
-“Some people are worth melting for.” Olaf the Snowman from “Frozen
-“Most men and women have stories to tell.  Life be pourin’ out of them, skipping off rails.  Movies tell stories I wish I could.” A. Van Covent
 -“The goal is to develop a muscle, nurture a habit, maybe even spark a passion.  You never know where a little reading might lead.” Frank Bruni,
-“I became an addict.  I couldn’t help it anymore.” Peggy Guggenheim, on her love of art
 -“I, too, have slept all night in that stolen Cadillac.” Thomas Merton
 -“I have rewritten—often several times—every word I have ever published.  My pencils outlast their erasers.” Nabokov
“It’s a wonderful feeling to realize how little New York needs you when you’re gone.” Christopher Bollen
-“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” Eleanor Roosevelt

-“If you really knew how powerful your thoughts are you would never think a negative thing again.” Peace Pilgrim

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