Monthly Archives: September 2021

Notes from the Old man in the Attic 26 Sept 2021

Thinking about death as I sit here this lazy Sunday afternoon, just passing thoughts, a growing awareness of age, my own and others. Time. I think of Mother Kali, the frightening Hindu deity with a necklace of skulls and a … Continue reading

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Seeking America

Published: Smoky Blue Lit Arts & Permafrost 2017. It never ends.

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An old hippy song from Afghanistan. Bet you never heard this one!

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Notes from the old man in the attic – 19 Sept. 2021

  Missing America “The past is a foreign country.” L P Hartley Thinking about my past today, and a country turned foreign—almost. I miss the weather. Oh, that west coast weather, LA, Santa Monica, and San Francisco, even Seattle . … Continue reading

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Realities

1814   Anne Louise Germaine de Staël   Sometimes even in the habitual course of life, the reality of this world disappears all at once, and we feel ourselves in the middle of its interests as we should at a ball, … Continue reading

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Notes from The Old Man in the Attic 12 Sept 2021

A million dollars I read about a man who asked M.L, King if he could have his notes from the ‘I have a dream’ speech. King gave him then notes. The man still has them and has been offered a … Continue reading

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Notes from the Old Man in the Attic 6 September 2021

I’ve had a pain in the ass. Most often I am one, but this last six weeks I’ve had one. Went to the doctor a few days ago, a new one. We get random doctor assignments here in Sweden, but … Continue reading

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Notes from the Old Man In The Attic — 1 September 2021

September is an interesting season where there are seasons, places north of other places. Places that have winter, cold, and snow, and ice. Sweden is one. There are few countries farther north than us, places with sub zero temperatures. The … Continue reading

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