Category Archives: Amazon

Toys

Tonight, I have something to look forward to – a new toy. I’ll be playing with Amazon Fire (ha – get it? Playing with fire!) on the basement TV. Another toy, another of a seemingly endless line of distractions from … Continue reading

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Blessed

We received another one of those nice photographs of a family we used to know in another state out west. I had to admit they are a fine-looking bunch – mom and dad, preternaturally young looking despite their middle age, … Continue reading

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Sell it and they will come. . .

So many books! I should really write a book. This blog is intended someday to become a memoir. If it doesn’t, I’m OK with that. The writing is more therapy than anything. But the more I look for books on … Continue reading

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Buying Underwear by Mail

Thank God (or whoever you thank) for Amazon. The best thing that ever happened to the socially anxious In fact, I would say, people with mental conditions everywhere probably breathe a sigh of relieve when they realize that they don’t … Continue reading

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