Classic Cars and the Workin’ Blues
by James Clauson
Clauson writes about his love of classic cars and about trying to make a living in 21st century America. As a school teacher, swimming pool salesman, and house painter, he attempts to make his living, what amounts to the “workin’ blues”.
Honest and raw, Clauson describes what working can be like for most of us, drudgery and humiliation. Often funny and emotional, Clauson writes about his struggle to make a buck but always with an eye out for the beauty and elegance he sees in those classic cars.
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The Garden of Epicurus
by Allan Saltzman
The pleasures were coming fast and furious that Summer. Leisurely breakfasts with a woodland view out our kitchen window, slow rides along tree lined streets, cool morning walks on a nearby trail, hours spent just sitting in a garden, home cooked meals enjoyed at home in peace and quiet, afternoon naps, baking my chest in the warm sun, reading a magazine on the deck while being caressed by a Summer breeze, laughing with friends, talking with my wife, teasing my mother, playing with the cat, and relaxing whenever the spirit moved me.
Pleasures all around, there for the taking. Often unsought and they are good. ~A.S.
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