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About billwednesdayblog

Retired high school English and French teacher.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

At a University. A van from the anthropology department pulls into the parking lot and parks.  A driver and passenger leave the van with a package. “Hey, guys,” an awful woman with long greasy hair and in campus polic uniform … Continue reading

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Alarming Statement from a Waitress. “Your food is getting ready to come out.” Recent Realization.  Shoes are meant to be untied as much as tied.  Belts are meant to be unbuckled as much as buckled.  Buttons are meant to be … Continue reading

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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

This sentence is the writing to share this week.

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Walks on Days of Buttermilk Skies. In case of sunshine, I take a cap.  On a chance of rain, I take an umbrella.  On any given walk I use either, or neither, or both. I love to look at those … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Outside. A Roadside Killed Skunk.  I don’t mind the smell of skunk, as long as it doesn’t linger. My dog Cujo was twice sprayed by a skunk, and after washes with tomato juice on year and with douche a few … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Red Car, after more than 245,000 miles and seventeen years of service, recently participated in two events for the first time: valet parking at a hotel and being in a funeral procession. When I asked for Red Car at the … Continue reading

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Sign at a Veterinary Clinic.  “To Flea Or Not To Flea?” School Rivalry. On Franklin Street, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, I stopped by Trolly Stop Hot Dogs to read the menu.  It offers various tempting options, with appropriate names … Continue reading

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