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Hitting bottom

*** Eva hadn’t seen her old dentist in years. While visiting family she lost a filling and made an appointment. Nothing and everything had changed since Eva was a kid.   Doc and his nurse were old.   She was

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Young at heart

* It’s the future. Twenty-four (24) states seceded from the United States of America. They became New America.  A lot of things changed, but some things never change… *** Captain Maylocks commanded the 133 Precinct in New Brooklyn, Nuevo York.

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The Consultation

  *** “Dr. Lewis, will my son be normal?” “Mrs. Gladstone, if you mean by normal will your boy be an overachiever:  graduate from college, get a high paying job;  marry a classy woman and have beautiful, genius, children and

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At last. Months of waiting. Dying a little each day. While the drugs infused me images of a white, sandy beach suffused me. The memory of creation in the smell and caress of salt air from the sea: the sea

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A Few Giggles

Sometimes I just want to laugh at stupid things. I went through a short phase of watching foreign commercials on YouTube — the ones that send the message to learn English. I also like animals doing stupid things. Everything is

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What ever was on my mind?

Day 3’s assignment for the Zero to Hero challenge is to write the post that was on my mind when I decided to start a blog. This is my “other” blog.  I’m not in a fixed role; the content can

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Lucy in the blogo-sky with diamonds

“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” – John Lennon I am a Biological Anthropologist, a skeptic and, an agnostic. I am genetically predisposed to criticize.  All the women in my family have this trait.  In

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