Wonderful happenings

I BELIEVE something wonderful is about to happen!

Safari for the Soul

Jan Boal

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Believe

Oscar McClure, Doonie

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Oscar McClure

Salvador Santos

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Respect

“If I die before you do, are you coming to my funeral?”

 “Why would I do that?”   A look of hurt and confusion came over his face.

“To pay your respect.” He said.

“To pay my respect?”  “Respect.”  “Hmmm.” “Your actions towards me have not been with respect.”  “No, I would not come to your funeral.”

He stood in silence for a moment a look of helplessness came over him.  “But you love me.”

She smiled, “Remember when I said, some day I am going to put my feelings for you where they belong.”   “That day has come.”

A moment with Frazier

“I can tell that I missed a good relationship in you.”  He said.

“Why do you say that?”  I responded.

“Because I can feel a dose of tenderness in your voice.”  He said, “Come here, let me give you a dose of how I feel about you.” His laughter followed. 

“Shut up, you are messing up my flow.”

He said, “Come here let me mess up your hair!”

For Frazier

I have thought more of you this day than in all the days we have known each other.

I wish we had more time.

The irony of it all.

Had you not let me go–two years seven months later; you are leaving me.

I never told you.  My favorite style.

Watching you take your motorcycle helmet off; revealing the blue scarf tied around your head, your dark curls reaching down to touch the nape of your neck; priceless.

The Peace Officer goes thug.

I never told you.  My favorite event.

When you rolled around the corner with your friends in that red Jeep and I was sitting on the back of the 325i waiting to whisk you away; hearing all about you strip club experience.

Men.

I never told you.  My favorite glance.

Each time you looked at me, not then.  Now when I remember.

I wish we had more time.