Monthly Archives: August 2015

Don’t Cry Over Spilt Milk – Sob Uncontrollably Over Missed Opportunities 

The old saying, “There’s no use crying over spilt (or spilled) milk” always amused me. Because, I can’t stand milk. And whether it was spilt or spilled, I would rejoice. It meant that much less milk for me to try … Continue reading

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“Victory Over Japan” Perspective of Someone Who Wasn’t There, but learned to fear “fear itself…”

Today marks the 70th anniversary of what they called “Victory over Japan Day” or “V-J Day,” when Japan surrendered in World War II, basically bringing that world conflict to an end. This occurred just nine days after the bombing of … Continue reading

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I Just Ran Out of Time 

Just worked another Saturday, when, at my age, I should be out on my boat – or spending the weekend in my vacation cabin in some lovely setting.  This came to mind:   

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