It is Wednesday Story Day again, and the last time we were present when Andrew and Larry decided to talk to Louis rather than to confront the cartel boss Cortez. The question for Louis is, did the cartel stiff him on payments for the development of the non-invasive medical procedure. Another thing Larry and Andrew […]

“Twiggy. What are you doing?” “Checking out the backyard to see if 2019 has changed anything.” “It is all the same out there. Twigster. In fact, everything’s the same.” “Well, that is good to know.” “Wait. What’s that thing on the wall?” “It’s been there long before you got here, Little One.” “It is an […]

  This post continues the Top Ten Things Not to Do with a historical background. Since today is the one hundred fourteenth anniversary of the first New Years Eve celebration in Times Square, I thought the following list would be handy if you somehow get to go there. Top Ten Things Not to Do at […]

The days between Christmas and New Year are pretty low-key around the neighborhood. I thought I would give you two views of the Gulf while the sky is overcast and the wind is blowing. The temperature was in the fifties. All in all a winter day. A shot of the Gulf from the boardwalk. Shows […]

  It is Stream of Consciousness Saturday and this weeks prompt is “Ask Someone Else.” Linda Hill says we should ask someone else for a prompt word. I did, and the word came back. It is “storage.” If you would like to run around and chase perfect strangers all the while begging for a prompt word, […]

  Friday already. Seems like this week was an eternity.  It was a great Christmas touched with sadness.  Makes one believe that sadness is in the world just to make sure we all know happiness when we have it. I think I’ll cling to that thought.  I’ll visit it a little more in the JohnKu On […]

“Hey, Lucy. What do you want to play? “I think we could play tag.” “Sounds good to me. How about you’re it.” “Yeah, I think that is about right.” “Don’t catch me too soon, Lucy.” “Geez, kid I gave you a fifteen length head start.” “Okay, you got me. Now I’m it.” “You almost make […]

I normally have a story today, but with deep sadness I want you to know that Bailey has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. On Sunday it was clear she was starting to experience difficulty. The time came to seek help in ending her journey here and let her begin a new chapter over the Rainbow bridge. […]

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This Top Ten list of what not to do continues with a historical backdrop. On December 24th, 1818 the Christmas carol “Silent Night” composed by Franz Xaver Gruber was first sung at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria. If you time travel there here is a list that might keep you from making a […]