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Wild Horses, Wild Life

  Wild Horses   Movies portrayed Black Beauty running through meadows without crushing flower, and it seemed everyone wanted one. I had a few original My Little Pony toys, ridiculous multi-colored manes, girl color bodies, and cartoon faces. Our fingers galloped them on carpet mimicking screeching neighs before dumping them for Barbie, a Care Bear, … Continue reading

The Grand Gendering of Life’s Activites

The satisfaction I felt this morning installing a printer driver on my Linux run laptop flowed through me like a champagne waterfall at a Kardashian wedding.  I had purchased a brand new laser printer just the day before with my own money and had carried the awkward beast to my car by myself, and then … Continue reading

Lies and Expectation

From the time we are born, people speculate on our future. “This baby genius is going to Harvard!” Often, the ambition is much grander than we are. All children are asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” A very open-ended question, especially considering the fact that some of us grow up … Continue reading

The Path of Time

On the days I don’t wear makeup and a guy smiles at me, I think, “Get it girl!”  I can’t be bothered to do hairstyles or shave my last year legs.  And yet, I am buying more makeup at 40 than a 20 yr. old stripper.  I like the shiny things and the promises of … Continue reading

Broccoli Farts

It’s throwback Sunday with a poem from 1999, Broccoli Farts. With the holiday season upon us and the dark days of depression folding in like a blanket, I thought we could all use some light humor. So, without further ado, here is a poem about broccoli farts.   Broccoli Farts 1.22.99   Oh, little green … Continue reading

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