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Lay Lines by Carol Lay for November 30, 2016

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    hawgowar  over 2 years ago

    Before she got too bad to go, I used to take my mom for long rides. We’d see sights, eat at quirky little places, and enjoy the scenery and fresh air (depending on what time of year). I brought along my Chinese Shar Pei and she loved the rides as much as did mom. My children were grown and on their own by then. When she was bed and chair-ridden at the nursing home, we’d talk about the rides and look at the pictures I took when we rode around.

    Now both mom and my dog are passed on. I still take rides and remember the times we rode together. Now I’m a senior citizen, and my kids and grandkids are scattered across the country. When I get too old to drive, I’ll have no one to take me for rides. Pity.

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    Three Steps Over Japan  over 2 years ago

    Better go back via Amtrak then.

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    SeaFox10  over 2 years ago

    They arrest people for that!

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    Richard Schwindt Premium Member over 2 years ago

    On very rare occasions a strip touches me. This one does.

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    NWdryad  over 2 years ago

    Very sweet, with Ms. Lay’s signature spin.

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    Night-Gaunt49  over 2 years ago

    Weirdly melancholy. Surreal. Love it!

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    joewolf  over 2 years ago

    “Cemetery.”

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    Barry Newton Premium Member over 2 years ago

    I like “weirdly melancholy”. You one weird chick, Carol. Keep it coming!

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    praesodynium  over 2 years ago

    I remember the “animated” version of this one.http://www.waylay.com/Animation/AnimationFront.html

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    David Huie Green  over 2 years ago

    go back and get her

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