NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

We offer observations on the human condition from a 22 year old mind trapped in an 82 year old body.

NOBODY ASKED ME BUT

Dad is one who usually cleans table in diner.

She sits, arm on table, arm on chair, waiting.

Some win lottery, I win free bagel, it evens out in end.

Boy Scouts indicate want to become gay  lovers.

A gun lover was shot on his own shooting range. Something about justifiable  homicide?

One should read the Bible after Death, not before.

We usually say, “love and hate,” not “hate and love.” I wonder why.

Some worry about size of diamond, some of size of heart.

I assume once in Heaven, one achieves peace of mind.

Most make chin firm when making firm point.

In the end, we do not believe, we finally know.

Most throw away newspapers should be.

My fondest wish is to continue having a final wish.

I alternate between fear and curiosity about Death.