Archive for April, 2014

Believing Is Seeing Is Part Of The Warp, Reversed Thinking.

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When it was easy to get the truth, when reporting was the who, what, when, where, why and how. Just the cold hard, black and white facts. And if you read it in newsprint, heard it from Walter, then that’s the way it is. At the movies, good guys were easy to spot. Wearing white […]

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Being Grateful Long After Something Awful Did Not Happen.

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Usually counting your blessings means reminding, reciting a long mental list. Through out the day. Of more than you think you deserved happening to you, your family. Sometimes wishing something took place and later realizing you are better off it did not helps the letting go. Moving on. But once in awhile, maybe just a […]

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“Daddy, Dad, Dad…. Come See, Quick”… Squealed At A Local Maine Walmart.

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While shopping at the local store #1974 Wally World for something the big box store did not carry, I heard hollering. Small, low to the ground excitement. When you have kids, grown and out of the nest, you still react when you hear Dad, Mom using an outdoor recess voice inside a building. I turned […]

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Maine. Give Me The Big Picture, Don’t Leave Anything Out.

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Life comes with pressure. Most we can look in the mirror. Take much of the blame from ourselves. Let’s face it. Level with me. We just pack too heavy. Adding to the extra baggage of life. Both the trip bag weight, piece count. Forgetting what’s important. Like too many trips to the beat the buffet […]

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Unplugged In Maine, The Approach To Living Is Raw, Real, Natural.

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If you have followed a few Me In Maine blog posts, you would know this guy that hunts, pecks the recycled electrons likes music. Especially new music. That’s his bacon. Today with technology screaming ahead cutting edge advancements. So much exposure to new tuneage. That’s exploding all around us. Just tap tap into the signal. […]

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If You Were A Town Manager In A Small Maine Town.

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Not many of us are Maine town managers. Yet Maine is blessed with 108 small communities. That have such public servants at the helm. Leading the way. Tending the affairs of what happens out in the open, behind the scenes too day to day. Nightly meetings with selectmen, councilors can go smoothly, be harmonious, productive. […]

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You’re On A Deserted Island, No Device To Pick Up, Enjoy New Fresh Music.

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If you were marooned on an island that does not even show up on the nautical maps. No radio. But no stations if you did to tune, pull in signals. Plenty of fresh tropical fruit, cold shaded spring drinking water, warm sea breeze temperatures though. No worries about being unarmed. With no snow shovel, windshield […]

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Spring In Maine, We’re Still Shoveling Snow.

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Plenty of snow in Maine, this past winter’s polar vortex brought lots to the party. And as spring crocus, daffodils, hyacinths get the nod “you’re on, up and at ’em”, green red and other color canoes get dug out. Pulled from dusty garages. Or returned from whoever borrowed them after your kids went down a […]

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My Brother Stephen Is A Maine Clotheshorse.

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Wanting, needing to be fashionably correct. Taking the time to make sure everything is pressed, accessorized just so with his clothing. Yup. My older by ten years eldest brother Stephen is a clotheshorse. The fashion bug, the being “in”. Leading the trends in what to wear started back in the halls of a Maine high […]

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You Are Not Going To Like What I Have To Tell You.

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What I am about to share with you, brace yourself, it may be something you just don’t want to hear. I have got some bad news to deliver. You better sit down. Not sure how to begin to tell you this. How does that Maine blog post lead in with the H1 bracketed amplification emphasis […]

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