Monthly Archives: March 2005

Madness and Peaceful Sunsets

I hoped to get back to my motel last night in time to take a two or three mile walk before dinner. I didn’t, so I walked about a mile and then watched CNN while trying to read Colbalt, a … Continue reading

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Among the Druids

A surreal weekend. I’m not even close to having sorted it out, let alone processed any of it. The weekend was a multi-ring circus, a calaphony. I had my first awakening from the post-winter blahs, a semi-depressive state that Chicagoans … Continue reading

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Boy Dorms and Farm Crazies

Friday morning, already. Good Friday, no less. I’m sitting at Michael’s computer, thinking about all the things we have to do to get this room ready for him to move into it at the end of April. Right now it … Continue reading

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Chelsea Cowboy

I’ve been thinking about a way to frame my paintings, which are large and prone to warp a bit in Chicago apartments, in which the climate ranges from Sahara to Saigon. I decided on trim strips (about 1/4 inch thick … Continue reading

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Rainbow Flag in Narnia

A friend came out to me over the weekend. He has been skirting around these questions with me for about a year now, and I’m glad he’s made a decision. I know that he will find a new freedom and … Continue reading

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Topper

I’ll bet you don’t make it to the end of the year … So bets Helen, my former wife, who knows me better than anyone on earth. She might well be right. I’ve been working on a project for a … Continue reading

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Layabouting

Already 190 days until retirement, and I’m just getting around to blogging about it. Nothing like putting off procrastinating. Now, about retirement, it has dawned on my that being retired is like being a teenager, in the sense that you … Continue reading

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