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    Dime 80

    Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

    Found – in the middle of the hallway exiting Pathmark I had an appointment to look at a house at 10am. I’ve totally outgrown the townhouse that I’m currently living in, and with real estate prices being as low as they are, think it would be a good time to upgrade to something larger. Unfortunately, [...]

    Knowing

    Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

    My Grandmother’s sister died this morning. She had been in and out of the hospital for about a year now with various ailments and conditions. Several months ago, when she was hospitalized for a fracture, one of her family members mentioned to my grandmother that she was hallucinating.  She was seeing people who weren’t there.  [...]

    Dime 79

    Friday, June 12th, 2009

    Found – on the floor at Gray’s Papaya I met up with a friend at a bar on the Lower East Side of Manhattan for some drinks.  Somehow, over the course of our conversations, we got to talking about the existence of God and/or the lack of existence (he is a staunch Atheist), the Universe, [...]

    Dime 78

    Thursday, June 11th, 2009

    Found – right smack dab in the middle of the entrance to Target My Mom’s Birthday is this Sunday and I wanted to finish shopping for her birthday present today. I need to get her one more thing and decided on a Wii game. I thought I would get her the Carnival Games Mini Golf [...]

    Dime 77

    Saturday, June 6th, 2009

    Found – on the floor at Bed, Bath and Beyond I love those 20% off coupons that Bed, Bath and Beyond sends out in the mail and puts in the Sunday paper.  I use them all the time at the local store which also has a Harmon in it. I buy all of my shampoo, [...]

    Dime 76

    Friday, June 5th, 2009

    Found – in the entrance to the supermarket It was a gloomy rainy day and although I would have been perfectly happy to stay home, lie on the couch, and watch TV, I needed to pick up a few things from the supermarket, so I convinced myself to head out into the damp and cold. [...]