Signs of Omission

Signs of Omission… Because of my inability to communicate the full essence of an indispensible truth, this sentence will end with an ellipsis… leaving the reader to imagine their own… My lexical skill will never be sufficient to express all that I would like to express; my quest is to continuously update and improve it. I love words because words have meaning. When used properly and truthfully, words provide an illustrative insight into our world. Language is a combination of science and art which can stimulate the human mind to conjure up fantastic ideas and then share them with others. … Continue reading Signs of Omission

Saturday Report ~

Saturday Report 01.02.2016 O^O. In the early 1950’s, I was a young boy growing up in a world without air-conditioning (maybe New York had it but not my town). The summers in south Georgia were hot and the windows in every home were open. The line of communication between the adults inside and the kids playing outside was through the screens that kept the flies out. It seemed that every day I would find myself outside laying in the grass, dreaming about impossible adventures or sitting in a sand pile, humming to myself while trying to cajole doodlebugs up from … Continue reading Saturday Report ~

The Reluctant Snotrocket

The Reluctant Snotrocket by Z S Grantham As bold and important as they are, snotrockets can sometimes be reluctant to leave the comfort of their home; even though that home is meant to be temporary.  When that happens, some extra effort is required to launch them, which includes, but is not limited to, inhaling and exhaling, very quickly and repeatedly until the Snotrocket is loose enough to release and fly.  It is important to learn and practice the technique of launching snotrockets in order to maintain good physical health and to contribute to the solidarity of the earth in general … Continue reading The Reluctant Snotrocket

Old and Older

Like old wood dried out and brittle my body is soft and rather like a riddle I don’t understand it and can not relate I’m now resigned to whatever my fate   I can not rebound the way I used to my choices are down to only a few I no longer care or try to make sense Brandy and chocolate are my defense   One life is a minute in Natures flow It will not matter if I stay or go The world is spinning into a new day so I’ll tip my hat and be on my way … Continue reading Old and Older

Automatic Zucchini ~

So, you’ve never heard of Automatic Zucchini?  Good, what follows will be a surprise. It’s rare that things are as they appear to be. Layers of pretention and deception must be peeled away in order to discover the truth. Like chameleons, we adjust to the environment, we scoot around trying to stay out of harm’s way. We go along to get along. Years of desperation ooze by as we try to make the most of the impotent cards we are dealt. As a kid in South Georgia, I often heard, “Either you make do or you do without”. This was not unusual … Continue reading Automatic Zucchini ~

Our English Language

This little treatise on the lovely language we share is only for the brave. __ Peruse at your leisure, English lovers. __   Reasons why the English language is so hard to learn: 1. _ The bandage was wound around the wound. 2. _ The farm was used to produce produce. 3. _ The dump was so full that it had to refuse more refuse. 4. _ We must polish the Polish furniture. 5. _ He could lead if he would get the lead out. 6. _ The soldier decided to desert his dessert in the desert. 7. _ Since there … Continue reading Our English Language

Did You Know

$100 placed at 7 percent interest compounded quarterly for 200 years will increase to more than $100,000,000, by which time it will be worth absolutely nothing to you. ____ Life is short, eat dessert first.   SUCCESS: At age 4 success is .  not peeing in your pants. At age 12 success is . having friends. At age 16 success is . having a drivers license. At age 20 success is . having sex. At age 35 success is . having money. At age 50 success is . having money. At age 60 success is . having sex. At age … Continue reading Did You Know

It Has Been Said

Hi, this is Zerrol. Welcome to my web page. Magic happens evey day. Seek it out and embrace it. Like love, it will enhance your life. __________ Good judgment comes from bad experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. Experience is something you don’t get until just after you need it. Never test the depth of the water with both feet. If at first you don’t succeed, skydiving is not for you. ____ Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish and he will sit in a boat … Continue reading It Has Been Said

An Abstract Notion

An Abstract Notion. What has changed about how we use maps? Technology, Google, satellite surveillance and beyond. As simple as a straight line or as complicated as a geometrical calculation, maps educate us, instruct us, guide us. Have we travailed dirt roads, sea lanes, and sky trails only to come to the end of the line. Will our grasp exceed our reach? Can we measure infinity, quantify eternity? As a mere mortal, I don’t think so, as a dreamer, I can imagine. There is no salvation in becoming adapted to an insane world. ~z~. Continue reading An Abstract Notion