Thanks for stopping by and visiting Perhaps you want to hear my mom leave me voicemails? Or know about my running list of archenemies and nemesies to keep me spry into my old age. Or you just want to know what music I am listening to and what books I am reading, regardless, you'll find it all here!

Best of Craiglist Nemesis Wanted

I am NOT alone in my need for a Nemesis!  I am not sure that I am that specific about my need for what type of accent my nemesis will have nor do I even require my nemesis to be a living person or animal.  But whatevs, clearly we are brothers and we must unite.

Never Gets to the Bathroom

This woman will never get to the bathroom... she's one popular lady! At least she knows she's not good in the morning, you know at noon or whenever she wakes up!

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Free time? What an exciting but frightening concept!

This month I have had my first stab at free time and boredom.  We did visit Lisa, Pat's sister, who needed some help so we got our caregiving/healthcare quotient in for the month.  It does have me worried for what's on the docket in December since I am not sure what I will do if I do not visit a hospital in a month this year.  Perhaps... perhaps... perhaps I'll just enjoy the free time.

There's a Rifle Aimed at Your Butt... Because the Phone Won't Stop Ringing

Evidently my mom has a rifle aimed at my butt at her front door because her phone does not stop ringing.

She specifically asked me to put this message on the Web and how can I deny that request?

Listen and enjoy!

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So much of nothing

This month has been long and filled with nothing, a void.  The month started as Halloween parties ended and my dad died in hospice care.  My dad's death was the end of two long years of hospitals and death.  My brother was diagnosed with lung cancer a few years ago, which was treated, with some success... only to return as brain cancer.  He ultimately succumbed to pneumonia in July of 2007. Pat's mom entered the hospital in September of 2007 and never returned home.  She passed away in August of 2008, one year after my brother died.

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