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It was thought provoking, walking down those old stone steps, pushing back the brush, finding a path to the past. I asked “Where will these lead me? What’s the story here?”. There  must have been a hundred of them, a century old I was sure. ‘One per year’, I thought...

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I love to laugh. Some say that I have a great sense of humor. But what does that mean? Is humor a ‘sense’ like vision or hearing? Is it a trait like having dark eyes or being tall? Are we born with it, or can it be developed like a muscle? My sense has always been...

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Rambling thoughts meant to amuse. From the mind of Mike … I have come to accept that in my brain there lives a sticky word web. Sometimes, I read a word or hear a sentence, and without warning it enters my head where it sits quietly, slowly festering, niggling...

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copyright 2017 by Michael Perry   Don’t Fold Your Feet​. Maurice was someone just like you, who grew and grew and grew and grew… but, Maurice was different. One thing stood out, or should I say two, the right foot and left foot in Maurice’s two shoes....

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      The fleur-de-lis, the flower of the lily, is said to signify perfection, light, and life.                                                         Three Fleurs-de-lis                                  1976, in the days of circus and youth, in San...

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I just read ‘The Secret Life of Clowns’ by Jeff Raz. I enjoyed every word. It offers a near perfect segue from the closing of Ringling to the wonder of Cirque de Soleil.   Better still? It begins with a dedication to Peggy Ford and contains a wonderful...