Monthly Archives: May 2015

100 Words- May 31-

It’s May 31, and the temperature here, in Chicago, is only fifty-three degrees. The good news is it is up from the forty-eight degrees it was when I woke at nine, this morning. We’ve had terrifically erratic temperatures this whole … Continue reading

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100 Words- May 30, 2015

As he had every morning since he was thirteen, he looked into the mirror and said under his breath, “Well, ya better develop a personality, cause ya ain’t gonna get by on your looks”. The truth is, Earl Harmon was, … Continue reading

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100 Words- May 29, 2015

I am going to have to say it, just to keep it real. I babble. When Britta and Renee came to visit, yesterday, my babble was at full steam. I do this, often, even with Eric. It’s like I have … Continue reading

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100 Words- May 28, 2015

Had an extraordinary day, today. Received a package from Penny. She sent me three books, a few sweets and a letter that I have had a chance to read. Brita and Renee, two Halsted Center stalwarts visited, and, I went … Continue reading

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100 Words- May 27, 2015

My sister  took me out to lunch. It was the anniversary of her and her late husband’s wedding; she didn’t want to be alone.  We went to a place on Lincoln Avenue. It wasn’t at all crowded, being just before … Continue reading

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100 Words- May 26, 2015

The prevailing theory about the creation of our universe is that there existed a singularity, an Alpha point of zero, in which condensed energy reached such a state of heat it “exploded”. That explosion (which current theory considers less an … Continue reading

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My Secret Identity #3

.From a personal journal entryMY SECRET IDENTITY #3 CONTINUED FROM AUG. 26, 2005There is a native wisdom in most gay people, even in the beginning, to keep their true selves hidden. I don’t know if it is a genetically spawned … Continue reading

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