Trials

CHIKIN

They sat in the living room of his childhood home.  One little boy sat on French made, albin colored couch with macaw colored ivy waving through the couches fabric.  The couch was stuffed with goose feathers.  It was soft and absorbed the body. He had “passed out” on the... read more

BIG AND STRONG?

My daughter Bella, now a legal adult, was writing a paper for a college class.  She sat on the upstairs couch, legs crossed as if she were sitting around a campfire at summer camp.  She wore a a long, comfortable T-shirt,  I had purchased for her at one of... read more

HARVEST, HONEY, GARLIC, WOLVES AND EAGLES

I was wandering through the Harvest, Honey & Garlic Festival in Sussex County, New Jersey.  The Festival was set in three green long barn style buildings. The buildings, in which the Festival was held, were the buildings that housed the livestock on display at the New Jersey State Fair... read more

A QUESTION FOR A THERAPIST

There were eight of us then.  The nuclear family, my parents and their children, had not reached maximum size yet.  It was dinner time and we were all seated around the dining room table.  It was the dining room table because the kitchen was too small to accommodate all... read more

TURBULENCE AND SUMO WRESTLERS

The Boeing 737-800, a 96,000,000 million U.S.  dollar aircraft, began to shutter and shake.  I had boarded late on standby and, of course, climbed into a middle seat in the Coach section of the aircraft about twenty-seven rows towards the rear of the aircraft.  We were 30,000 feet high,... read more

BECOMING THAT DRIVER

I realized this Saturday that I was becoming that driver.  I looked in my rearview mirror while driving after a nice, quiet, healthy lunch of soft, easy to gum food. I needed to gum my lunch because I had removed my dentures. In any event, traveling behind me, I... read more

VENUS VERSUS NEANDERTHAL MAN

I am educated: BA, MA, JD and I read more books in a year than most people read in a lifetime, but recently, I discovered the depth of my real knowledge.  I discovered I know nothing.  Meg and I were trying to discuss a couple of issues with our... read more

CONFESSIONS OF A SERIAL WEDDER

“Hi, my name is Mathew Trimony. My friends call me Matt.” I was a little anxious when I stated my name.  I was on a stage.  I was in front of the group.  If I were to tell you I wasn’t intimidated, I would be lying. One of the... read more

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