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Why Love is a Big Deal – Throwback Thursday

Today we are revisiting a post by Larry Moffat from June of 2013. No one can say things quite like Larry and we really appreciate the many posts he wrote in the early days of this website. Humorous and entertaining while making us think about what’s important, that’s Larry’s trademark. In this short narrative he […]

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Revisiting “Don’t Croak Without Creating Happiness”

Editor’s Note: Today is Throwback Thursday! Once a month on a Thursday we’re going to revisit some of the great posts we published in the past. This week we’ve been talking about the value of our life on earth and our relationships, so I thought Larry’s post, “Don’t Croak Without Creating Happiness” fit in perfectly […]

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Puppy Love

Puppy love is more than just a test of your gag reflex. God invented it. This little blogito began on an Amtrak train stalled in Philadelphia Station. The polar vortex had downed some lines north of Trenton. A conductor strolled by and I heard his radio say “… squak… crackle… sixty to ninety minutes…”. “We’re […]

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Death is the elephant in the room

We avoid talking about death despite that we will spend much more time “over there” than “over here.” It’s not logical. Polite people don’t bring it up. But bloggers do. Is there life after life? Or is there only death after death? Here’s the deal. The first thirty years of your life get all the […]

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Oklahoma Beasts of Burden

Oklahoma Farming Don’t give a pet’s name to any animal you plan to eat. The farm had a few ponds, some forested land and several big fields where oats and grass for hay and grazing were planted. It had a big garden, a long chicken house and a barn with a corral and a stock […]

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Oh how your heart does sing to me (poem)

Do we really need another dippy love poem? Well of course we do. What a question. “Every man should plant a tree, have a child and write a book.” So says the Talmud and/or Cuban patriot and writer Jose Martí. Everyone should also write a poem of love. At least one time. This poem was […]

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A beautiful Christmas story

At Christmas, what is love if not sacrifice? True story. I sold my beautiful heirloom mahogany and glass display case to get enough money to buy Taeko an exquisite mother-of-pearl safety guard for her chainsaw. She  opened her gift and began to smile while weeping softly at the same time. “What’s the matter, honey?” I […]

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Larry Saves Christmas

I know this is a movie cliché, but I have a plan to save Christmas. It’s the only holiday that always seems to need saving. And I worry that I may be part grinch by now. Not completely sure at this point, but I am getting pretty disgusted with the way Christmas is being done. […]

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The Evolution of God

When evolution is outlawed, only outlaws will evolve. I don’t approve of the way the argument over evolution has evolved. Darwin thoroughly yanked the chain of collective Christianity regarding natural selection. And suddenly, by the standards of Christianity at that time, it became mandatory that an evolutionist also be an atheist. However, Darwin was also […]

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Perfect Homes and Gardens (poem)

A little illusion goes a long way.   Perfect Homes and Gardens Larry Moffitt I drive past the giant homes, hard-bodied estates of Balmoray Valhalla Sunset Parkway Drive asking aloud, “What is it you people do? How is it you get to have one of these places?” I slather myself, first with loathsome envy and […]

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