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Observation

Now that my turn is coming closer, I went to the city website to register for notification as to when and where I go for my first COVID vaccine shot. That may occur within the next few weeks. One thing I didn’t see anywhere was the option to select which vaccine I prefer. I must …

Frustrating

We deal with a lot of frustrations in our lives, some minor irritants and others catastrophic. Fortunately, mine tend to fall into the prior category. One of my hot buttons is the widespread lack of literacy. As we skim the internet, how often do we see people using “alot” instead of a lot? Sorry folks, …

Nightwalker

In the new story I’m working on, Nightwalker is the last name of our antagonist… but is that all it is? As we see when we first meet him, he does tend to stand out from the crowd… A knock at the door brought W. Bryce Magill, Esq. back to the present. He turned to …

Safe Zone

When I was just a kid, maybe 4 or 5 years old, my mother would go to bingo at the local church hall most Friday nights. She would leave me in the care of a neighbor down the street, an older woman named Mrs. Cannon. Mrs. Cannon had an older son named Joey, in his …

Random Stuff

The latest headlines in the news speak to the urgent need to push the COVID vaccine out much more quickly than has been done up to now, including the addition of those 65 and older and those who have underlying issues. Folks like me. I’m fine with that, and I look forward to getting the …

My favorite tools

One of the most useful tools in my kit is Google’s Keep. It is the handiest thing ever to capture ideas or thoughts, no matter where you are or what you’re doing. I generally use the Keep app on my phone to take down an idea, a thought, a quote or whatever, and then I …

Huh?

I’ve spent the last 24 hours wondering… how in hell did he do that? Let’s clarify. Yesterday morning, at 8:15 or so, my orthopedic surgeon did this for me: It seems I’d managed to put a few tears into the meniscus on my left knee some time ago, which were worsening as old age and …

Birding…

My wife and I are avid photographers and often go to the shore to take photos when the weather is good. One thing you can count on while walking the Atlantic shoreline is gulls. They are everywhere! And what better than a presence hiding in plain sight to seed a story idea? This photo of …

Trigger Pulled

Woke this morning at dark o’clock, consumed my usual copious amounts of life giving coffee, and decided to revise and release my collection of shorts and drabbles that I had to hold off on at Halloween. At the eleventh hour, I realized that one of the stories in the collection had been submitted to the …

Fresh Start

As my wife and I watched the evening news tonight, the anchor wished viewers a good start to the new year. I smiled at my wife and said, “If you’re wishing a happy new year to anyone today, you’re already off to a good start. It means you survived 2020!” She agreed. We were very …

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