Double dream day

After meeting Clint Eastwood in Carmel, CA…

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And a not so good dream (but a great fantasy),

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And on the same day, too. Weird.

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Thank you!

Worthy of S Beckett himself

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If you don’t know where you’re going I can’t tell you where you are.

Cosmic! Simply cosmic!

Here’s someone else who doesn’t know where she’s going.

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But it’s not even remotely cosmic. Feh.

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Thank you!

It’s Vertigo all over again

Or this Mary Worth story is now channeling it.

You know, maybe this is insensitive of me, but it seems to me that a man who lost his sister in the same horrific accident he lost his left arm would have had a much stronger reaction to meeting a young woman who LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE HIS LATE SISTER, instead of “oh, hey Dawn, here’s a picture of my sister, and you LOOK EXACTLY LIKE HER so that’s why you seem familiar to me.”

I wonder how Mary’s gonna get us all out of this one. I had to add a new tag for this story twist.