ocean and mountains

I’ve made the oceans and mountain journey (and I’ve been to Ohio). If you want to know why those thoughts are connected, read the latest gem from Dan (the other Dan).


I am here retelling an old story . I do that . If you’ve heard it , then just turn away for a few minutes . Please don’t give me an exaggerated ” Oh , no ! ”  as someone I know sometimes does. Well , I will admit that’s more often after I tell a joke again . She’s heard them fifteen or twenty times , so I can’t blame her .

I had a brother-in-law who , all through his adult life , had the mental capacity of about an eight year old . He and I were pretty much on the same mental level , therefore , and we got along swell . His memory was what my memory is rapidly becoming . He could remember things that happened years ago , but not what he had for lunch that day , or what happened yesterday …

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  1. I liked your friend’s post, Dan. His wife and he sound very compatible with her having heard his stories but not complain. I also got the humor in a couple who gave been on the road too long. Where things get annoying. The substitute teacher was so insensitive about the quarter and ruined a very kind and thoughtful welcoming gesture. I like when 2 people know each other yet never tire of each other nor the stories and memories shared. :)

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    1. Thanks Robin. Dan is one of the first bloggers that I started following. I love the way he looks at things. Being on the road is a special experience, and one that not all couples or friends handle well. Dan writes about their travels often, and they seem to get along really well. I agree about the coffee, too.


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