Monthly Archives: January 2014

Of Muse and Men

When I showed up at my father’s house, I saw he was doing well. I had several months of sobriety. My sister Vicki was living with Vic. Christine called Vicki, and I was on the phone with my famous sister. … Continue reading

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Capturing Beauty with a Floor Plan

For two days now I have been weighing whether or not to see my attorney, change my Will, and name Rena Easton my Heir. I was also going to have my attorney write a Non-disclosure Contract for Rena to sign … Continue reading

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Redneck Golf

Here is Michael Dundon and I playing Gokay at the park in Blue River where I wanted my sixteen year old daughter to come live. Michael was foreman for several logging companies. He was the real deal. The crazy shit … Continue reading

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Drift Boats and Draft Dodgers

When I was living in a trailer up river at the Dundons, I got out of my car, measured a McKenzie Riverboat, and made a model of it that I later gave to my newfound daughter. I had rented space … Continue reading

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The Hillbilly Godfather

I was watching the Godfather last night and thinking of Randy Delpiano and his Sicilian family passing my baby around at their family gathering, while big-teeth Patrice is beaming ear to ear. Last week I watched the Dukes of Hazard … Continue reading

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Royal Kingdom In Attic

After my second visit to my daughter in Sonoma, Patrice said this as I boarded the bus for home; “Your father’s going to abandon you just like Randy did!” The door to the bus, shut. I was in shock. Patrice … Continue reading

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The Epiphany of the Magi Muse

Two weeks before Thanksgiving, I tried to engage a female friend in some role playing. I suggested she be a woman Magi. She felt that she may be embarrassed in front of our royal friends. The comet Ison was supposed … Continue reading

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