Monthly Archives: May 2014

Today’s Observation

Those many times I start feeling sorry for myself (I have a right!), I change and start thinking of all the wonderful people in my life.  It’s easy to change one tear for another if you just give yourself the … Continue reading

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Today’s Observation

The “ever after” may come, but it takes work to get the “happily.”  DrDan 05/03/14

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Today’s Observation

If you’re going to text while driving, cover all your bases and just write “bye.”  DrDan 05/02/14

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“Morning Meeting”

Gregg Aldus was fuming. The sun was in his eyes as he crawled eastward with the morning rush hour traffic (talk about an oxymoron—there was plenty of rush, and more than an hour), and his sunglasses were on the hall … Continue reading

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Get your copy!!

Remember that my book of poetry is available online from Amazon and CreateSpace.com.  In Omaha you can get a copy at The Bookworm in Countryside Village or at The Pizza Shoppe in Benson (where 100% of the proceeds go to … Continue reading

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Today’s Observation

One thing about wearing your heart on your sleeve: it’s easy to tell that it’s beating.  DrDan 05/01/14

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“Father Figures”

I have never really seen myself in the role of Great Sage or Oracle. I know too well the mistakes I’ve made in my life—those moments when my head seems to be in a different country from the rest of … Continue reading

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