Tuesday, August 29, 2006

If you are over the age of 35, you may have watched the Saturday morning tv show called O Mighty Isis waaaaaay back in the mid-1970's. It is irrevocably linked in my brain with another Saturday morning show called Shazam. At any rate, these tv shows, along with about ten thousand others ("Cause Eight Is Enough/To Fill Our Lives With Love"), were responsible for forming my psyche.

However, this blog isn't about tv shows, necessarily, but more the many crises that make up a day or a life. When O Mighty Isis and Shazam went off the air, it seemed like a crisis; but now I know that having the neighbors' yippy dog start in with her business before 7 a.m. is much more of a reason to conk my head on the counter repeatedly. Such things seem huge at the moment they occur but often, with time and perspective, can be seen as less-than-traumatic. So, from time to time, I'll be posting little tales of crisis. That's my theme.

Don't wear it out.


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