The hot chocolate wasn't the last pleasure of our trip.Later in our last day, we met my friend G. and her 5-year-old daughter, D, at the Café Rigolo in Laurel Village. D is very precocious and at one point, pulled FLH aside and said “Come here and play, they talk too much!”.Indeed.G’s sister, S, . . .
Enjoying a restful day now that our flight was cancelled and we're going in the morning. We started with a nice breakfast at IHOP...haven't done that in years.Listening to FLH on a conference call, his voice a familiar backdrop despite rarely hearing it for 30 years. Soon as he's through we are off . . .
Someone I know is planning to have liposuction soon. Not so notable, really. Except for the fact that she is nearing 70 years of age.She is a beautiful woman who doesn't look her age. But her doctor told her she could not diet or exercise off the few pounds she doesn't like. That make her feel she . . .
Remember HHH? I saw a quote of this this morning that so perfectly reflected my view of a good government. The moral test of government is how it treats those who are in the dawn of life . . . the children; those who are in the twilight of life . . . the elderly; and those who are in the shadow of . . .
Since I may not do much posting from our trip, I'd like to leave with this thought:I never in a million years thought that this would happen. That FLH would even BE interested in renewing our relationship. It never seemed to be an option, so I never went there.But now that it HAS happened, in the . . .
Somewhere, in the Ventana Wilderness near Big Sur, a tiny, rough-hewn cabin sits in a wood. The sun's out but a fire's burning in the fireplace. A couple of old hippies live there, stirring the tie dye pot. This line hangs outside their cabin.I wrote a story once, in the mid-1990s about a little . . .
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There's nothing as unattractive as middle-aged desperation. And yet, by the time you reach middle age, there's a lot to be desperate about.It's hard to discount the march of time when the anti-age creams, serums and potions in any magazine are being advertised directly to you. Albeit by women who . . .