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  • Life in Rio by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 4/2/2012 8:47:45 AM
    nothing like it... more

  • Predicament: The World of the Bay Area by Paul Cuenco 4/1/2012 9:23:05 PM
    An IPA (Indian Pale Ale) costs $7.00. Cody was a little irritated by it, especially when he questioned how much tip goes into it. Of course, he knew that a tip will cost him 15-20% but that was not the issue; rather it was very expensive to get ent... more

  • Predicament: A Competitor Indeed by Paul Cuenco 3/31/2012 9:12:06 PM
    Yay! Dana and Leslie were here. They have not been here for quite some time. Of course Leslie posted a lot of things on Facebook. But as much as I could read a variety of items that were posted on Facebook, it was difficult to keep track of her wr... more

  • Predicament: Democracy! by Paul Cuenco 3/30/2012 7:53:18 PM
    Senator John Lewis stalled, wiping away tears and then moved on to say that his ancestors were among the first freed slaves to vote. It was a show that demonstrated who his ancestors were and what they did after they won their freedom. The show did... more

  • Crutches, The Real Pain of a Broken Leg by Sherri Smith 3/30/2012 10:54:59 AM
    It's how I really feel about using crutches until my broken leg heals!... more

  • Predicament: The Garden Party by Paul Cuenco 3/29/2012 8:19:30 PM
    It was a hectic morning. We were all waiting for each other even though we were all dress up. Dena and Bryan were readying their children. Lauren was shuttling back and forth from Michael’s home and our home bringing with her all sorts of items. ... more

  • Predicament: Gift-Giving by Paul Cuenco 3/28/2012 7:06:00 PM
    Last Christmas, I received as gifts of three shirts, slippers and candies. Cool and swell that I received them without expecting them. I told everyone not to buy me any gifts if they were thinking about it. They could not expect anything from me s... more

  • Curtain rises by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 3/28/2012 8:43:13 AM
    on the show... more

  • Predicament: Suicide by Paul Cuenco 3/27/2012 7:33:09 PM
    I asked a friend of mine how he was doing. He said that all was well. It was Spring Break, he passed two subjects with an A but failed the third course and while he was studying for the finals, his friend committed suicide. “Suicide?” I asked, a ... more

  • Predicament: Water, Water Everywhere by Paul Cuenco 3/26/2012 8:57:17 PM
    A few years back, I was still one of those people drinking water from a bottle. I believed that the water from the bottle was much cleaner than what we got from the tap. Not that the tap was absolutely bad, but water from the bottle was better. Unt... more

  • Bubbly Creek by Dorien Grey 3/26/2012 3:10:47 PM
    A seldom-read page from Chicago's colorful past.... more

  • Predicament: The Floods Of Manila by Paul Cuenco 3/25/2012 9:03:29 PM
    It’s raining again, not here in Portland Oregon, but in my thoughts about my childhood experiences in Manila. When the monsoon comes, devastation occurs. I remembered watching the rivers raged on television with the squatters waiting on their roof ... more

  • The Tea Party is Back! by David A. Schwinghammer 3/25/2012 8:33:53 AM
    Tea Partiers speak against the health care act. ... more

  • Predicament: Tita Dimple's recollection of Papa Trining by Paul Cuenco 3/24/2012 9:18:12 PM
    When my Tita Dimple wrote about her father, Papa Trining, it was the most heart rendering write-up she ever did that I know of. I have always known my Tita Dimple to be among the gentlest person I ever have known; and I understand now why that is so... more

  • Predicament: The Future Should Be Brighter by Paul Cuenco 3/23/2012 9:23:12 PM
    I remember my Papa Eriong saying that the next generation must be better than the preceding one. I supposed what he meant by it was that the next generation must be smarter and financially more advance than the preceding one. When I was younger, I d... more

  • "Thank You For your Service" by Bob Stockton 3/23/2012 12:14:40 PM
    Just sayin'......... more

  • Showtime! by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 3/23/2012 8:59:37 AM
    and drums... more

  • Predicament: Death of a Writer by Paul Cuenco 3/22/2012 9:27:08 PM
    I was driving to Trumps one night and my thoughts swirled. My thoughts were like stew with meaty chunks swimming in a pool of soup, thick and entwined with the flavor and aroma that an excellent thought goes through. But what must I write about whe... more

  • It's Almost Done! by Edward Austin Averill 3/22/2012 9:01:31 AM
    Well, after many painful nights, my poetry collection "Love, Dark and Frozen" is edited! The format is good, at least for eBook publishing. Next thing to do is to bring it into Jutoh and see about getting it into Kindle format, and adding t... more

  • Predicament: The Season Re-liveth by Paul Cuenco 3/21/2012 7:49:56 PM
    It’s Spring again! Close to a month ago, I saw buds from my plants beginning to sprout. It was late in the evening that I doubted myself but now, it was undoubtedly near Spring. The buds of the trees turned pinkish red and although the leaves had ... more

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