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The Wizard as Satan in Hell

“Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain…” Isn’t it funny how one image (or thought) leads on to another? Yesterday, I wrote about Judy Garland’s life and death. The image I used was of Judy as Dorothy Gale, … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Solar Eclipse

This was the view from my back yard at the precise moment of the total solar eclipse when it was crossing South America. Not very spectacular, eh? But I have a great excuse: the path of totality was mostly over … Continue reading

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Have We Entered the Twilight Zone?

Opening the Conspiracy Doors Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s tirade on Thursday afternoon brought some conspiracy theories into the public domain via our television screens. Anyone who follows these theories finds most of them to be a bit ho-hum, but for others … Continue reading

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Scared of Heights? Close Your Eyes

Capilano Suspension Bridge I had another interesting dream last night, this time experiencing the crossing of a great void on a suspension bridge. In my dream, I needed to get from one building to another via this bridge. Problem is: … Continue reading

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Marriage

  Let’s face it, I’m scared; Although I know I could have fared Better the first time if I’d been With someone as loving as you: But the trepidation, that’s unseen By your eyes, is all that I can view. … Continue reading

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Snow as Metaphor

  Disney’s Frozen Can you believe it’s been four years already since the greatest grossing animated movie was released by Disney? It was on television last night, and I just had to watch it again to see if it still … Continue reading

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