Tag Archives: Twilight Zone

It Takes a Weekend to Return to Normal

Weekends are important part of life. At least they are while you’re working. I don’t know if I’ll still appreciate weekends after I retire. I hope so, but I wonder if I’ll start doing weekend things during the week so … Continue reading

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Winter Coats

This is typically the hardest week of the year for me to publish on this blog. That’s because I write most of my posts for the week on the previous weekend. Not the whole posts, but a good working draft. … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – New York Mix

John “Hannibal” Smith of The A-Team was famous for saying “I love it when a plan comes together.” I wonder if he had a saying for when a plan went off the rails? I had such a plan for Thursday … Continue reading

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Step Into the Light

I’ve been dwelling on a particular disk in the Twilight Zone DVD set for the past few weeks. It’s not like I watch it every day, but each time I go to eject it, I decide to watch a couple … Continue reading

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One-Liner Wednesday – In the Zone

“Everyone on board? Next stop Willoughby” Last week, while attending our company’s annual Policyholder Meeting, the “fun” event I chose to participate in was Captain Dave’s Whale and Dolphin Safari. Here in New England, the whale watches we are familiar … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors – Twilight Zone Marathon

“You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension – a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You’re moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and … Continue reading

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It’s Going to be 90, So…

When I left for work today, our weather station was showing an outside temperature of 66.6 f – perhaps not the best time to head out into traffic. Then again, Hell hath no fury like New England drivers on a … Continue reading

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