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When did Sweet Al happen?

When did Sweet Al happen? I’d have to say when frustration set in. Frustration means someone didn’t get something they wanted. The subject was on frustration Monday morning and it…

Attitude in the Greek henhouse

It may be the price of eggs or having young pullets around, but Professor Louie announced that egg-layers were coming from the Cackle Hatchery and Mabel and Sophie needed to…

Nightlife in Pagosa for us

Our grandson said to his granddad, “I want to take you out and show you some fun. We’ll go out on the town.” Somehow, I can’t picture my Sweet Al…

Boxed in someone’s smallness

There are times when an article flies out of my head and it’s done. Other times, I struggle with an idea because it’s something I want to say without stepping…

A red convertible in the rain

“What are you going to do with those seven Karmann Ghias and two other Volkswagens? You need to get rid of them this summer.” “Not the red Volkswagen convertible. That’s…

Pecking order in the henhouse

Louie the tooster calls us his girls. Mabel is sitting on her nest knitting a dishcloth. Sophie is penning her memoirs and clucking Greek to Mabel. Mabel is pushing out…

A man needs a good woman

I brought an armload of “Artist’s Lane” articles to the dining room table. I asked our daughter to help me organize them. In the process of filing them, I saw…

Stayers and changers

My Sweet Al said, “I am who I am. I like who I am.” He opened the door and I walked right in and sat down. I said to him,…

Sweet Al: If the shoe fits

Every June at the wrestling banquet in the Town Park, my Sweet Al and I dance to the music of The High Rollers. I know you’ve seen us out there…

A whole lot of shovelin’ goin’ on

Have you ever driven by a highway crew and seen the old man shoveling and the young men leaning on their shovels? I have and I always shake my head…