Author Archives: Memphis Earlene Gray

Boomer Geezer Blues 2

Memphis Earlene and me back on the Virtual Veranda, all bundled up,  It’s cold outside but we’ve been indoors too long and it’s time to be sociable.  Memphis Earlene still drinking White Russians.  She doesn’t exactly follow the ins and … Continue reading

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#Me Too Blues

Without Motown and the birth control pill I’d probably still be a virgin….
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Boomer Geezer Blues

Hanging out on the Virtual Verandah with Memphis Earlene and the gang, recuperating from Labor Day festivities, which involved Single Malt Scotch. Now I’m drinking penance–unsweetened cranberry juice. In a gesture of patriotism, Memphis Earlene has renounced White Russians and … Continue reading

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Charlottesville Blues

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Charlottesville Blues

  I’m pleading with the Laziest Gal in Town to give me just one good blog post. “I’m working on Charlottesville Blues but I can not do it alone.” I tell her. “Ain’t in the mood,” she says. “Plenty of … Continue reading

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70th Birthday Blues

Most Blues begin Woke Up This Morning. Sometimes just getting out of bed and not crawling back in is a Feat of Courage and Gesture of Faith towards the Universe. Chronic depression is like being saddled with an irritating younger … Continue reading

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Master/Servant Blues

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