Library magic: I saw you first. Three years ago at the Shadle Library. Through bookshelves I watched you until I decided I wasn't content with just observing anymore. I asked you out first, your kiss was my first, your love - my first. These past three years have been more challenging and rewarding than I could have ever imagined. I love you and I like you. Happy anniversary darling.

Missing you: I used to see you every morning before work. Once in a while, I would catch a glimpse of you after work. We didn't talk, but it was nice to know you were there. Last I saw, you were there before the snow came. I am not sure when you left, but I do know that I haven't seen you in awhile. I don't know if the snow pushed you away or if the snow plows drove you away. As I drive to work I hope beyond hope that I may see you around, but no luck. I hope the best for you, wherever you are. I wish the weather was nicer and we were still on the same routine, but I know life happens. Missing you... my hubcaps.

And her name was Serendipity: 03/08/19, Value Village: Me strange guy (Lewis) wearing combat boots, shorts, fleece, shirt, and a leprechaun Hat. You were wearing something, sorry for not remembering. Nothing other than seeing your face, watching you smile, and laugh, was all that really mattered to me, and all that I cared about that day. Hope you're enjoying the wine looking glass thingie I got you. You made my day. Question? Do you believe in serendipity? lottalipps@hotmail.com

Mama Mia, I liked Seeing Ya: I saw you at Mama Mia on Friday. You handled the stress of the week with ease and a mojito. I was impressed by your good naturedness and kindness with the staff. My friends and I really enjoyed your dad-jokes. Pasta on me next time?

Bright eyes: I was taking the elevator up from the first floor at the library downtown. It wasn't that good of a day that day, too much drama at my apartment building. You were on your way up to do some work searches and I was on my way over to get some things downloaded. You complimented my haircut and didn't accept my self-deprecating answers to said compliments. Thank you for that if you would like to meet to have a cup of coffee send me a word and we can go from there. Thank you again.

Dream becomes reality: This may sound weird but I met you in a dream last week. I had never seen you before, but I woke up remembering vivid details about the dream and you. I didn't think much of it because I figured it was just a dream. However, I was at the Walmart parking lot in Post Falls this weekend and I saw you. Your car was broken down so I helped you jump it. I thought you looked familiar but I couldn't figure out why, until I put together later that you were the girl from my dream. Things like this don't happen to me ever and so I have been pretty shocked since. I'm just wondering what the universe is trying to tell me.

Grateful for Good Neighbors HUGE thanks to all the folks in the Browne's Addition who have worked hard this winter to keep their sidewalks - and even the crosswalks - clear. Some have even cleared more than just their pavement! Your consideration for your fellow BA neighbors is greatly appreciated.


Gratitude: Aloha, to the generous person who paid for my family's dinner at Clinkerdaggers on Saturday March 9th (my birthday dinner). We would like to express or surprise and gratitude! There were lanterns floating over the river... it was the perfect evening! We sure hope your evening was as special as ours!

You Are So Cute When You're Mad: Admit it, you are so in love me it drives you insane. I guarantee you no other woman could handle your craziness, because I am just as crazy as you, probably even crazier. God made me for you, why is that so hard for you to accept? You can run from love, but you can't hide, because I will chase you down and prove my love to you if I have to go to hell and back again for you.

Costco Rocks! To the Spokane Valley Costco Team! You guys know how to work with the public! First Saturday of the month, 500 people who want their groceries, and not a grouchy person who works there! From the entrance to the exit, there was a smile and thank you! That's AWESOME!


Not So Magic Boy: Well that didn't turn out like I had hoped. I really thought we were on the same page at the ice rink and it isn't my fault that you thought my innuendo's were slang for something else. It was not nice of you to scream and run out of my house, jump in your car and screech your tires. I tried telling you about the tail but I guess you thought I was talking about a video game. I don't know why you had to be so cruel about one little bunny tail, we could have removed it and continued on to our happily ever after. Have fun eating Pizza Rita by yourself a**hole.

Snake in disguise: Summer is not just a season... You are a snake. Quit taking advantage of generous people and manipulating everyone into pitying you. What happened to you 37 years ago does not give you the right to be so pathetic. Being engaged to a lifer tweeker looks pretty bad... But hey it suits you. Clearly you not only have severe codependent patterns, you are a total food addict and if you have done drugs all your life you might be an addict... Denial is a sad place and you live there. Hope you quit manipulating people before you find yourself sad and lonely... Which I have a feeling is a place you have been often in your life. Sure hope you find recovery but considering your counselor believes your lies... You probably won't. ♦

Mirror, Mirror: The Prints of Alison Saar @ Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art WSU

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