Month: September 2013

Needs More Water

It’s all staged, she told him before turning around.  He undressed her with his eyes as she proceeded to do so, continuing with her display of perfection, which can be validated through the eyes of God, the being who created us in said being’s own image.  She didn’t speak often, and this sometimes bothered him, but…

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The Seventh First: Anecdotes

For all you religious and non-religious readers, reminding you that this more-or-less spiritually-inspired writer falls into the latter category, it is to my knowledge that in The [Holy] Bible (should I underline that?) it is Job who writes that the Lord hath given and the Lord hath taken away. It’s probably incorrect, the reference and not…

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The Parade of Homes 2013

It’s September, Central New York.  As we begin to hunker down and prepare for the upcoming autumn and winter seasons, there is still plenty to do around town.  Once again, the Home Builders and Remodelers of Central New York present the 2013 The Parade of Homes, which takes place September 7th through September 22nd.  This year’s featured houses…

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Visual New Orleans: A Last Tour

I wrap up my New Orleans series with a tour:  more pictures and some commentary.  These are not chronological. {Bourbon Street:  My First Photograph of the Vacation} {Desire?} {Romancing Jazz at Cafe du Monde} {One Eyed Jacks} {Note: One Eyed Jacks immediately became my favorite venue.  It holds a strong similarity to Al’s Whiskey & Wine Lounge…

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Eating New Orleans

Let’s immediately get down to brass tacks. One of the objectives of my New Orleans vacation was to eat everything that was in front of me. Here is a taste of what I consumed. My adventure to find food that I have never had began with my eating muff… Muffaletta, that is. A delicious bowl…

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New Orleans: Southern Hospitality

As stated in my previous post:  it is hard to compete with southern hospitality in New Orleans.  Throughout the trip there were plenty of encounters with family, friends, new friends, and of course your run-of-the-mill strangers.  New Orleans is not a dirty place; although, some may stereotype the city due to the festivals and hurricane clean up.  It’s been…

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New Orleans: A Preface

Well, I am back in Syracuse, a.k.a. reality, from an adventure of a vacation down in New Orleans.  I’m writing this short post to let everyone know that I am still alive and well, that I have not given up on writing, and that I must fulfill the desire to write; writing was never accomplished…

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