Hold the Cheese

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1cover4 journalIMG_5542   After a long morning of heavy shopping, my daughter, granddaughter, and I were dead tired and hungry. We needed food, so I sped to the nearest fast food joint drive-thru. My daughter and granddaughter like CHEESEburgers. I don’t.  I only like hamburgers.

When I drove up to the speaker, a speaker lady asked, “Can I take your order?”

It always irks me when someone asks if they can take my order. The correct way to ask that question is: May I . . . 

Don’t schools teach proper English anymore? I wanted to correct the speaker lady, but held my tongue because it would have absolutely humiliated Spring and Capri (my daughter and granddaughter). Spring should be used to being humiliated by now . . . I raised her to be humiliated. But, Capri is altogether a different deal. She’s my granddaughter. I only want to slightly 

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A Playboy, A Policeman, and Igor

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Excerpt from, The Danish Pastry

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After he got fingerprinted, Dax was taken to an investigation room:

Detective: “Okay, let’s start at the beginning. Tell me again, how did you get that Beemer?”

Dax: “Like I said, a red-haired lady who was a guest at the Hotel Del Coronado gave them to me.”

Detective: “Now, why would she do that?”

Dax: “She was on the beach. I saw her bag.”

Detective: “Her bag?”

Dax: “Never mind about the bag.”

Detective: “You don’t tell me never mind–I tell you never mind. Got that? What about the bag?”

Dax: “Sorry detective. I saw that she had a nice Dolce & Gabbana bag, so I introduced myself.”

Detective: “Because of her bag?”

Dax: “It’s a long story.”

Detective: “We have all night.”

Dax: “Crap.”

Detective: “What was that?”

Dax: “Sorry. Since I work at the hotel, I like to introduce myself to the…

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Cross-Eyed Art Teacher

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Whatever you do, Do Not ask a cross-eyed art teacher where he is looking.

I did that once. It was awful. I swear I tried to be good in my teacher’s class. He didn’t see it that way. No pun intended. I felt compassion for the guy. For his benefit, I tried to see things the way he saw them . . . with crossed-eyes. No kidding.

In class, he had set out a fruit basket with a pear in the center, an apple on the right of it, and purple grapes on the other side. Because of my compassion, I painted the fruit basket the way I figured he saw things . . . so I painted the pear in the center, the apple on the left side of the pear, and the purple grapes on the right side.

He thought I was being a…

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The Danish Pastry

scary book trailer . . . professionally done 😉

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The Danish Pastry is a fictional romance of the paranormal class, and was a good read. The protagonist is a Danish princess, Leslee Larsen. Leslee escapes Denmark and the life of a royal to San Diego, Ca. in hopes of avoiding a planned marriage. The adventures of the debutante are romantically based with suspense and mystery with a touch of paranormal activities. With a supporting cast of likable characters, excepting the villainous “Troy”, the author provides a good story that introduces next book in the series.

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