My new motto? Not really. Anyone who has seen me dance knows I fake it!
If Dorothy were really a girl from Kansas:
A chair for the good Doctor Spo, Debra and all my other friends who have a few books left to read. Though maybe we should change the fabric?
And now for some medical humour:
Minnie Pearl was a wise woman:
And now to lift the tone from Grand Ole to Grand Opry:
And if you don’t have an ear for music, how about art?
For my dear friends Magdalena and Glen
And for those of us who’ve had enough of this year’s reality:
Mitchell – do you think this was taken of the beach at Fuengirola?
The word for October 5th is:
Reality /rēˈalədē/: [noun]
1. 1 The world or the state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.
1.2 The state or quality of having existence or substance.
Late 15th century: via French from medieval Latin realitas, from late Latin realis ‘relating to things’.
I’m not that fond of what they call the “new” reality – in fact I wasn’t all that attached to the “old” one either.