Category Archives: France

France from a blues perspective

Charlottesville Blues

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Master/Servant Blues

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Master/Servant Blues

I do not have a cell phone but if I had one I would have a dumb one.   . My father was an engineer.  Poor man, he died before they invented telephones that could take pictures. He would have … Continue reading

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Cassandra on Prozac Blues

Memphis Earlene’s  drinking  White Russians this afternoon on the Virtual Veranda while I sip Coke Zero.   THree hours and 25 minutes before I can switch to Wild Turkey, but who’s count… Source: Cassandra on Prozac Blues

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Civil Rights in the Bathroom Blues

I dreamed I was trapped in a Women’s Bathroom at a rest stop on I-95 with Caitlyn Jenner.  We’re washing up at adjoining sinks, our faces reflected in the mirror. Bright and chatty, reveling … Source: Civil Rights in the … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Blues

We’re in Mexico for the rest of the week, trying on the Ex-Pat lifestyle just in case Donald Trump wins the election. Memphis Earlene feels right at home,  especially after dark, having discovered the Vampirito, a fearsome mix of tequila … Continue reading

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My Own Private Hillary Clinton Blues

At some point in Memphis Earlene’s  long bluesy life ( she’s an extremely old soul) she got schooled by somebody’s mother  or maybe a  retired English teacher,someone who raised children, hers and others, not to be trash. “Trash are the … Continue reading

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