Monthly Archives: January 2016

Undiminished Happiness

I’m tumbling past their eyes, yet they don’t see I’m mumbling my goodbyes, yet they don’t hear I’m feeling hopeless hurt deservedly I’m reeling from the dirt and dung and fear. But as the years go by, I learn to … Continue reading

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Calculating Happiness

This past weekend, browsing through a large collection of postcards at a flea market, I came across the one pictured above. On the back was a one cent stamp and a postmark dated “9pm Sep 15, 1916 Vandalia Mo.” The … Continue reading

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hanging on for Happiness

For the past 3 to 4 weeks I have been looking for an answer, and today I realized that I had not yet clarified the question. Who am I kidding? I don’t even know if I know what the question … Continue reading

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Discrediting Happiness

TO: Past, Present, and Potential Creditors CC: Friends, Family, and Acquaintances BCC: Interested Egos seeking opportunity to feel superior RE: My Bad Credit By today’s standards and criteria for good upstanding citizen, I am a failure. I have bad credit. … Continue reading

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Happiness Matters

Stay ahead of the curve, and one day the world will catch up. If you are present when the world catches you and approves of you, you have fallen behind. The world may label you a success, but your lazy … Continue reading

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