Archive for October, 2011
Wednesday, October 26th, 2011
Along our own paths, odd couple Tracy and Larry lounge on different, massively arranged for our large bodies, chairs mainly because our personal interests and lifestyles are not the same. Unknown possibilities to form lasting, nothing will ever break apart, bonds between us have risen like airplanes on not seen missions passing over the landscape of society.
We spend time in airports planning our next presentations or next landings in mostly A-level movies. Mates we would be called in Australia. Malls potentially look at us as aspiring celebrities and possible Santa Claus candidates. Coping problems we appear to have in situations pooling socializing and looking party-ready. It’s picking up after each others meltdowns that both make our connection stronger and link our traveling experiences together.
Personally, I have learned from, older in maturity of behavior than Larry, Tracy to spread wings of patience over more areas of my life particularly when schedules take twists and turns out of the expected order of events. It is this that I have poised our amiably arranged relationship on.
Watching lots of sitcoms can’t measure up to the Tracy and Larry show so stay tuned to our next reality TV-like episode.
Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
Apple pie premiering with optional for slimmer people than open your mouth for any good food, keeping lots of pounds on for excessively long winters, Larry, vanilla ice cream lets obviously cash-strapped by lost roads and damaged homes, New Agey in approach to community building, Vermont, potentially make up money by being positioned like Krispy Kreme massively leaning against the building, donuts in many bakeries around the state.
Pies in fall, Obama jobs plan, and tax cuts for the terrifically rich might save many people from unemployment here in the Green Mountain state and act to stimulate the economy. Let’s wish helping people like this will lead to lots of people returning to lives of prosperity again.
Sorting out our pronounced, as test of presidencies, problems with the economy keys in on meanings of popular policies loosely interpreted by the politicians and the media. Really people loiter in this territory of causes too long when the issue with our potentially never resolvable, oppositional, outside realm of only politics as usual, differences incorporates our out of control desire for material things and big profits with a paltriness of knowledge about our mental capacity for long-term changes in society.
I am emphasizing to make do with plain apple pie. Mostly it’s opening our society up to keeping things simple that I am advocating. To old Vermonters, I say to help our country learn to appreciate apple pie rather than lavish pastries.
Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
My sister, nothing like obstinate, very stubborn brother, Sally went with us out to California this past week on our plentiful with picture-friendly fans, pining to pose with us, trip to the city of Chapman. We presented our film on people like Larry and Tracy partying like powerful writers around the world to college students and faculty, opening professorial kinds of Ivy League minds to a more idiosyncratic form of mentality, nonconforming to typical intellectual standards.
Opportunities to learn more about opinions of Larry and Tracy on special education and learning in regular classrooms pistolled people’s thinking less about test scores and more about lifting potential creative talents of students with disabilities above platform of labels to a level of outside the box of expectations performance.
Larry and Tracy also got to Whittier really popularly listed as new capital of voice and typing supports on the West, close to Pacific Ocean, Coast. It was lots of fun to see old friends and kick nuanced flavors of microbrewered beers into my thirsty mouth.