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halloween

“A little kid was yelling ‘trick or treat.’  And a dog was barking.  We don’t have any candy.” “And we don’t have a bone to give the dog.” “I don’t wanna give a dog a bone.  Where’s its costume?” “It’s actually a cat.” “If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s […]

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naming cats

I learned that the very large orange cat with matted fur is called Catastrophe.  The above cat had no known name, so I decided to name her Midas Myth / Milagro. Her name came from a list of nuclear bombs.  I read through the list and this name struck me as an extra good cat […]

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Bellagio

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party

Yesterday afternoon I got stuck in bed.  My nap dragged on.  I tried to speak sternly to myself about it being time to get up.  Eventually something worked. We watched the Sacred Peace Walk movie yesterday, Ming and our houseguest and I.  I had to try hard not to cry.  Also it’s exhausting.  It makes […]

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sanitizer at the soupline

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subversive truth

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communist party

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red

Last night was the party.  I hoped A should show up, but he said he didn’t feel like a party person though I tried to tempt him with mention of the delicious Russian food, the kittens, and the music. I wore my red dress.  No good picture of me in it exists.  I forgot to […]

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friends make the best medicine

Gmorning.  How are you?  I’m up early. Had a beautiful dream about moving into a house where women mental health zinesters lived.  I started talking to this woman who’s a mental health zinester I used to know through the mail–she lives in England.  She seemed sad and upset but I helped her feel better.  I […]

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happy Nevada Day observed