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I Battle Depression

It’s Your Own Doing  The rain, the deluge you might say…ha! A dark and stormy night…fell repeatedly. Peat peat peat peata peat peat. Rata tat a tat a rata tat tat tat. Locomotive billowing... [more]
  • I Love These Lyrics

    Positively 4th Street Lyrics You got a lotta nerveTo say you are my friendWhen I was downYou just stood there grinningYou got a lotta nerveTo say you gota helping hand to lendYou just … [more]
  • I Am a 61 Year Old Woman

    Just Click Your Heels Together   Click your heels together a couple of times. Make a wish. Poof. You are there. Cause guess what? You chose to be just where you are right now.   Part of your actions and reacti… [more]
  • I Write Poetry

    Maid Of Erin  She was born with a sign around her neckit wouldn’t come loose and it wouldn’t quite fit’rejectable’ it said to uneducated eyesbut they were cl… [more]
  • I Love These Lyrics

    Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's All Right Lyrics  It ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babeIf’in you don’t know by nowAn' it ain't no use to sit and wonder why,… [more]
  • Gossip? Do we have a right?

    Posted on: November 4th, 2013 at 11:54PM

      First  amendment. Right to know. Most news is gossip.    How did it feel when your baby got hit by a car? This family's house burned down . Here are some photos of how it looks, what they lost, HOW THEY FEEL. Let's ask them some personal questions, watch them cry.    The latest juicy awful story. Until we move on to gossip about someone else.    I won't even mention the old fashioned values and ethics that journalists used to have. (Well I guess I just did.)    If you look closely and analyze the content of newspapers and especially news shows and divide it into two columns - nosy intrusive stories, and things we need to know that affect us directly (there are a lot of subcategor… [more]

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  • several products I have found outstanding

    Posted on: November 25th, 2009 at 9:05AM

    This is a review of several products I have found outstanding. Just to let you know, I am a 60 year-old woman and I'm vain so I have tried many products to keep me beautiful. The first product I am almost drooling over it is so good. I'm surprised somebody didn't make it before. Maybe they did. I don't get out much. It's by Revlon and is the Make-Up Eraser Pen. I need it because I like liner below my bottom lashes but it always seeped out of its area before. (Well, actually I have two products for that problem – more about that later.) The make-up eraser pen is slightly oily – well not oily, but something. Anyway it just erases any eye make-up that strays from its assigned place. I gues… [more]

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  • this is a poem I found online...I like it

    Posted on: November 25th, 2009 at 9:07AM

    In Sylvia Plath Country for Grace The skin of the sea has nothing to tell me. I see her diving down into herself– past the bell-shaped jellyfish who toll for no one– & meaning to come back. In London, in the damp of a London morning, I see her sitting, folding & unfolding herself, while the blood hammers like rain on her heart's windows. This is her own country– the sea, the rain & death half rhyming with her father's name. Obscene monosyllable, it lingers for a while on the roof of the mouth's house. I stand here savoring the sound, like salt. They thought your death was your last poem: a black book with gold-tooled cover & pages the color of ash. But I thought different, knowing how madn… [more]

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  • Some product reviews

    Posted on: November 25th, 2009 at 9:11AM

    This is not my newest acquisition, but it might help to share my spoiled-bratedness. Oh, also I love to give reviews on products that I like. Right now I am using my Roomba and I totally love it. I pretty much use it every day because I have three cats (all rescued at different times) and a dog so I have not only dirt and dust, but hair. It does a great job and I always have to empty the dirt tray once (and it's fairly big) so it picks up a lot. And it's so much better than my last vacuum cleaner, which I also love and it's great, but it just sits in the closet. I bought a Scooba on eBay which I am currently trying to get to work so we'll see how that one does. I do recommend that you just … [more]

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