Posts Tagged crossing the line

I’m Your Huckleberry ~ 7-30-11

If you read the story I posted on this blog today—When Does Weird Cross the Line—be sure to come back and take a look at tomorrow’s story, Walk A Mile With My Shoe. It’s the continuing saga about the young man I encounter every now and then when I’m walking at the neighborhood park.

I saw him again this morning and things took a dramatic turn. Read the rest of this entry »

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When Does Weird Cross the Line?

I know this will sound strange—especially since it’s coming from me—but when does weird cross the line?

A few months ago, I was walking the dog, pretty much minding my own business, and here comes this kid walking down the sidewalk toward me… pulling a shoe. Read the rest of this entry »

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When Does Weird Cross the Line?

I know this will sound strange—especially since it’s coming from me—but when does weird cross the line?

A week or so ago, I was walking the dog, pretty much minding my own business, and here comes this kid walking down the sidewalk toward me… pulling a shoe. Read the rest of this entry »

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Uncle Marvin & The “Do”

In my blog story, Just An Old Boat, I talked about my Uncle Marvin. I might have mentioned that Uncle Marvin was a stern man—his picture is in the dictionary next to “disciplinarian”—and he took a dim view of foolishness. In Uncle Marvin’s way of looking at things, I often stepped over the line between what was “normal behavior” and what he considered foolishness; many times, way over the line. Read the rest of this entry »

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When Does Weird Cross The Line?

I know this will sound strange—especially since it’s coming from me—but when does weird cross the line? Read the rest of this entry »

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