New glasses. Reading. Left eye. Everything skewed. Normal they said. Hard to believe. Accustomed. In a week or so they said I’ll be. Clean and crisp. Words now easy to read. A bit off. For a few days things will seem. They said. Never adjusted, now they believe.
I remember when I was in my teens I couldn’t wait to be an adult – twenty one years old walking into a liquor store taking my time to pick the right beer or pint of hard stuff. Those years came and went too fast. I’m getting really
My job is only sixteen miles away from where I live but it takes me a bus, a train then another bus to get there and the same to get back, two hours, one and a half if I’m lucky, three hours if it’s Saturday or Sunday and
Money is one of the most dangerous addictions, maybe more so than any substance ingested, injected, snorted and or smoked. The people addicted are willing to risk even the very planet that sustains us. Their need for money and its temporary power a definite sickness. It’s most unfortunate
It’s always a drag having to leave my work to go to the job. Looking forward to lunch break. One day no more. Wage slave NEVER a drone.
My cousin in South Carolina has started a fundraising page for the Special Olympics in South Carolina. It’s a great cause! Share some Love. To donate click on my cousin’s image, it will take to the fundraising page. Thank You!!
I always thought crows were scavengers until one day on a freeway on-ramp I saw a crow dive bombing into a bush. On the third dive a squirrel shitting bricks darted out from the plant almost onto the road. Traffic was slow enough to see this bit of