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When The Rising Son Goes Down PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Tuesday, 11 November 2008 03:11

        

Life is a span--a fleeting hour,

How fast a lifetime flies,

Thee spend your time and like a flower,

Man grows and blooms, then dies.

              


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My Navajo No-No PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Monday, 17 November 2008 04:37
         
Rita was a beautiful Navajo woman, with long black hair, smiling brown eyes, dressed fashionably, and always in high heels.   She walked into our federal building cafeteria at least twice a day, so how could I not fall in love--again and again?   She was one of two Navajo women who worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs in South Dakota. 
               

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Last Updated on Monday, 17 November 2008 05:31
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Dear God, The Devil Made Me Do It! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Wednesday, 19 November 2008 14:26
  
Our visits have been a wee bit limited over the years, ever since my minister kept talking past high noon, and cut into my play time.   At such a young age, it was very difficult getting through a whole hour of listening to the wonders from the Bible and your shenanigans.

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Honeys In High Heels PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Friday, 21 November 2008 12:16
                                       You can tell how a girl feels,
                                    When you see her in high heels!
                                  
Men love, and appreciate, women who wear high heels--no ifs, hands, or butts.   They just look sexier, which gives them a come-hither-look!   Men also know that hearing the click-click of heels walking across a floor demands a well deserved glance. 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 22 November 2008 02:02
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Rednecks & Blue-Bellies Are Colorful People Too PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Monday, 22 December 2008 15:47

               

Just before Hurricane Gustav hit Louisiana, this Yankee hit the road to join the Contraflow--now called  "The Nation's Largest Evacuation,"  for a nine hour Sunday drive in slow motion to Vicksburg, Mississippi.   This is "Redneck Country," extremely hilly in all directions, and deep ravines filled with heavy underbrush and trees seventy to a hundred feet tall.   Large thick vines actually cover whole hillsides, bushes, and trees like a giant blanket.   As you stand among the numerous cemeteries of the Civil War battlefield there, where 30,000 of our Confederate and Yankee brethren are buried, you can easily see why the fighting was so dangerous and difficult.   My New York "Blue-Bellies" lay there among our Louisiana and Mississippi "Rednecks" under never-ending monuments upon a hillside abutting the main highway through the city.   It does make one think....


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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 December 2008 19:59
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