We offer observations on the human condition from a 23 year old mind trapped in an 83 year old body.
NOBODY ASKED ME BUT
In my youth, fast food was a hot dog at noon Thursday in the Kosher deli while mom worked at the store.
My mom never once took me out to lunch.
I have never feared fear.
All too many divorce from self.
Man sits quietly listening and wiggling foot.
The only truth I know is that I don’t know the truth.
Truth like paper is blowing in the wind of time.
Hate is a luxury not fit for most people.
Laughter is a dessert.
Each day 949 WWII veterans die.
Serving in the armed forces makes one depart with a sense of fatalism.
I am still surprised to see Jews depicted in films. Not the norm in my childhood.
Always make way for tomorrow.
Each day is a unique event.
Money is just money, it comes and it goes.
Technology and I are enemies at heart–and in mind.
I procrastinate filling out forms.
I place my glasses on the table when writing but do not use them to write.
Some back out of coffee shop.
Delightful sight, two white haired women walking with firm steps.