Author Archives: imsoooriginal

No More Noogies

Last night a family friend died. In fact Rick was more like a second dad to me. He, his wife, and my mom all belong(ed) to the same Sunday School class/group, and the long-time members often helped my mom with … Continue reading

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My thoughts this 10th Anniversary of 9/11

Since 2001, the anniversary of that day has become a national day of mourning and reflection; actually, it is a global day of mourning. We’ll remember where we were when it happened or when we found out in addition to … Continue reading

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Memories of Pigzilla

I’m a dog person, I swear. However, while I lived in NY after college my coworkers thought I was a cat person, as demonstrated by various gifts I received. I understand their belief in my being a feline aficionado because … Continue reading

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Favorite Authors – Italo Calvino

In general I prefer authors who write satirical or straightforward pieces, i.e., I don’t need to concentrate on determining any symbolism, as well as older classical literature. I admit I gained what appreciation I have of modern authors (or whose … Continue reading

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Creative Passwords

In this technological age, we must create codes to identify ourselves. For our protection, not only do we need user ids or other account numbers, but we also need personal identification numbers (PINs) and passwords. Unfortunately, one aspect of this … Continue reading

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Crustless Quiche/Baked Frittata

In the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle (or to soothe the qualms of my family and doctor, depending on my mood) I’ve placed myself on a strict diet. This diet consists of about 5 to 7 meal replacements offered by … Continue reading

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Emotional Art Moments

In college, I improved my appreciation of art through three art classes and a music history course (in addition to all of the performance groups in which I played). I found I appreciated Fra Angelico, Duccio, Cimabue, Giotto, Ghirlandaio, Titian, … Continue reading

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