Monthly Archives: July 2014

From Heaven to Hell

I’ve been from heaven to hell. It wasn’t difficult: They’re only ninety miles from each other.

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There’s No Tox Like Detox

Detox. Don’t jump to conclusions.   I’m not about to deliver a tale of oxycodon-driven woe, a story about shooting up in a public restroom and a trip made in bondage to a desert spa where monkeys are whipped from … Continue reading

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A New Job, A New Me

It’s never too late. I’m at an age where, two generations ago, I would be venerated as a village elder. Today, however, I’m wondering what kind of part-time work I’ll find if I can’t sell more of my writing and … Continue reading

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Sometimes the spin ain’t good

I should be used to it. But, no. I should be used to spinning out of control; I’ve been doing it most of my life. Much of what little I recall from a now lengthy existence involves spinning of a … Continue reading

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