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  • Dena by Paul Cuenco 3/6/2012 6:50:35 PM
    I remembered Dena when she was still a girl. A bright and effervescent person, she is a child perpetually happy being who she was; that it was so easy to get along with her. When I was having my transcontinental travel across the U.S. and before re... more

  • "Doofus" by David A. Schwinghammer 3/6/2012 8:59:59 AM
    Do we really want a theocrat in the Oval Office? ... more

  • Mom's Dahlias by Edie M. Batstone 3/6/2012 7:15:03 AM
    Spring is coming, and what bouquets will be have to give?... more

  • Losing My Job, Again by Paul Cuenco 3/5/2012 8:01:49 PM
    Boy, it is so crowded here at Greater Trumps! Cody is out there talking with some dudes. And PDX Mike is beside me blogging; and sometimes we take our time to talk. He mentions about changing the focus of his job search. He said that instead of b... more

  • Dangling Wires by Dorien Grey 3/5/2012 6:53:53 AM
    I sometimes think of my head as a large, unfinished attic with two windows through which I look out at the world. When it came to the wiring of the attic, however, the electrician(s) must have been in a hurry to move on to a more important job. Rathe... more

  • A Plane to Nowhere by Paul Cuenco 3/4/2012 10:12:06 PM
    We all ended the day quite relieve that the conference was a success. Most of the conference participants rode into the limousines all headed to the airport. I took my boss to the airport with my rented car but a colleague and I decided to go to do... more

  • A Slave No More by Paul Cuenco 3/3/2012 10:21:38 PM
    He normally would wake us up in the morning saying, “Hey Gang…” and announced the schedule for the coming week. We would sometimes ignore it for we schedule appointments when the sales force was in session or the time slot was non-existent. And whe... more

  • The "bits" by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 3/3/2012 9:33:24 AM
    and the "hat"... more

  • Cirque du Soleil by Paul Cuenco 3/2/2012 10:20:17 PM
    I was having dinner at New Season’s grocery when I realized that the Academy Awards was already on. It started at about 5:30 pm and now, it was already past an hour. I have the option of going home but because I plan to spend the evening at Greater... more

  • Mendocino by Paul Cuenco 3/1/2012 8:17:20 PM
    Mendocino was that quintessential town everyone goes to. It sat on a bluff amidst the rampaging sea with the wild Pacific splashing along its shores. Houses were neatly stacked in rows and if you looked at it from a distance it languished in a time... more

  • Th Coming Storm by Paul Cuenco 2/29/2012 10:22:52 PM
    I woke up with sunshine beaming through my window. The color of my curtain was colored yellow; and I peeped out and saw a very bright day, indeed. The barren tree right across was lively like a newly awakened sparrow, alive and not dead from the wi... more

  • Becoming Old by Paul Cuenco 2/28/2012 10:25:48 PM
    I saw a man pushing a cart, slowly toward one side and carefully found his way to one of the table. There, he waited for his food brought by his wife who was less weak but almost like him. I thought that they both knew what the other wanted. They ... more

  • Ordinary Lives by Paul Cuenco 2/27/2012 9:31:56 PM
    Ordinary Lives I wondered. I saw a lot of children holding unto the cart their parents were pushing while they followed it wherever the cart went. When the children deviated, a parent would scold them. Some had a rope tied to them so they... more

  • The Audition by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com 2/27/2012 2:33:53 PM
    for the role of Kate... more

  • To Live Well and Prosper by Donelle M. Knudsen 2/27/2012 10:09:11 AM
    To see a quote from the last paragraph of my blog from August of 2008, read more . . .... more

  • Trains by Dorien Grey 2/27/2012 6:28:16 AM
    One writer's fascination with trains.... more

  • Books I Read by Paul Cuenco 2/26/2012 8:48:17 PM
    Grade six was a significant year for me. It was during this time that I am made aware of things about literature. I know that I can write but writing about what? Most of the prior years were spent declaiming. I know I declaimed “The Charge of the... more

  • Discrimination by Paul Cuenco 2/25/2012 7:57:00 PM
    When I was in college, I was best friends with a Greek and a white lady whose name escaped me now. We enjoyed each other’s company. We were classmates in most of the classes and we would study together, all the time. I was also new to the area for... more

  • Quintessential Jokes by Paul Cuenco 2/24/2012 8:29:16 PM
    Everytime we tell these jokes, we burst into laughter. Ate (big sister) could tell these jokes over and over and never tire of it. I would repeat the jokes and it was renewed laughter. We would tell this jokes on family gatherings, especially when ... more

  • The Catholic Experience by Paul Cuenco 2/23/2012 10:26:14 PM
    I think that I am the only practicing Catholic at Greater Trump. I don’t brag about it. But I sensed that I am the only one declaring that if it’s Sunday, to church I go. Many would talk about travel, politics and economics, for example, but to ta... more

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