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Happy (Belated) 40th Birthday Wishes!

Kim Kardashian (October 21, 1980) Do you think this is the real reason for my dream two nights ago? I wasn’t aware of her birth date, so it wasn’t something conscious in me of knowledge of her 40th birthday. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Sonny to Cher: “I Got You, Babe”

Not a particularly happy-looking couple, were they? Have you ever wondered why? Sonny was more than a decade older than Cher, so it holds that he may have played a significant ‘father-figure’ role in her life. She needed a place … Continue reading

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What Marriage is Really Like, from the Wife’s Point-of-View

For Better or For Worse, by Lynn Johnston From Wikipedia: “For Better or For Worse is a comic strip by Lynn Johnston that ran originally from 1979 to 2008 chronicling the lives of the Patterson family and their friends, in … Continue reading

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Where Has The Time Gone?

[Translation:] Time Flies – Remember To Die The title of this post was suggested by my first wife, recently. It’s timely. We married 50 years ago on Valentine’s Day. Wow, eh? A lot of water has passed under the bridge; … Continue reading

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When Keith Married Nicole, Two Halves Became Whole

Synastry at its Best I touched briefly on Nicole Kidman’s chart, yesterday. And I had anticipated writing about her marriage to Tom Cruise, but then thought better of it. This post will explore the relationship that she has with Keith … Continue reading

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The Boy Prince Who Never Grew Up

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Jun 10, 1921) Oh, boy. There have been rumours for decades about Prince Philip, Consort to Elizabeth II. There might be something to those stories, but can they be repeated in mixed company? Philip’s birth … Continue reading

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Be Ye Not Unequally Yoked…

Together With Unbelievers: (2 Corinthians 6:14) KJV My memory banks opened on this scripture today, when I happened to meet our neighbours dogs, Sophie and Seven, being walked by their owner, as I was walking Cloe. You see, Sophia is … Continue reading

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Does This Psychological Condition Exist?

The Seven Year Itch When this film came out in 1955, the drawing card was an image of Marilyn Monroe standing over a subway grate with her dress blowing in the breeze. At the time, she was every man’s fantasy. … Continue reading

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Stranger (to myself)

  I moved away from Canada in nineteen-eighty-five: I wanted to see how the other half survived; The Brits were somewhat welcoming to me, There were so many places I wanted to be.   But I didn’t realize how much … Continue reading

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His Story Through Her Eyes

Jamestown I caught the first episode of this British series on PBS last night. It seems to be a reasonable facsimile of what life in the 1700’s would have been like in Virginia. (Interestingly, it was almost totally filmed in … Continue reading

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