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22 September 2018
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Saturday 9: Listen, People (1966)
1) Basically Herman is telling us that we each both break hearts and have our hearts broken during our lifetime. Do you agree?
Yes. I remember a couple of hearts I've
broken...in retrospect, for the best
I have spent so much time at Kaiser over the
last couple of months, I've had a bunch of advice, augmented by advice from
Ned (most of which is good) and from a friend of his, who takes care of old
people (which I have appreciated).
I see my dentist 3x a year, and am due for
another exam next month. At a point in my life where I thought I was
about to lose all my teeth, she saved me and I think i put a couple of her
kids through college.
I am generally very good at remembering
dates. I just sent birthday greetings to a high school friend I have
not seen in more than 30 years, but I always remember when here birth date
Oh yeah. That's when I retired!
I can't remember. It's been a couple of
years. Maybe an elephant t-shirt.
Hmmm....36"? 34"? It's the largest size
that would fit in the small corner where we put it. We bought it at
Costco and it's a smart TV, so I can watch Netflix and Amazon stuff.
I don't know that I had a favorite. I
only watched it occasionally. Maybe Phoebe. Now that they are
doing other things and aren't so associated with Friends I have
probably most enjoyed Matt LeBlanc.
I've never had a "dream car," and now that I
can no longer drive I care even less what a car looks like or how it acts,
but if it's comfortable, if I can get INTO it without help and if I can run
audio books or CDs I'd be happy.
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