We offer observations on the human condition from a 22 years old mind trapped in an 82 year old body.
NOBODY ASKED ME BUT
I am always curious why a strange woman smiles at me.
I am usually curious at the variety of delicacies in a coffee shop. Whatever happened to the cup of coffee and plain donut?
To not know one’s past is not to know one’s present.
I resent not being able to physically do as I desire.
I wonder if God does lunch with people.
Living on planet Earth means nothing can surprise me.
Old mom, old dad, old mom, meeting of white hair.
I feel guilty pouring out the lukewarm coffee to get hot coffee.
A student intently dislikes me for reprimanding him on bad manners. For him, I display bad manners.
Some push stomach forward when ordering food.
In my childhood, children did not eat in restaurants.
I am a smarter baseball manager than most major league ones.
Red boots, blue jeans but no white hair-not very patriotic.
Some shuffle shoulder from side to side.
Old farts like me eat the left overs.
An unfinished dream is sad.
Patience is not only a virtue, but a skill.
Women shake hair back as they talk.
As we talk the future is emerging