Jul 1, 2012
Welcome to Tales By Tom. This is the eigth installment of Tom Cagley Sr's short story collections entitled, “Windows On The World.”
We have two stories in this edition. They are:
Living past 75 years of age; What a blessing it is, as long as you can remember where you’ve been, and feel eminently sad for those who can’t. So who cares if you can’t remember the names of all of Charlie’s Angels?
You’ve been there but you’re not: You can be in one place and five minutes away in the same city, the world is coming down on someone. You’re there, so near, but you’re not really.
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The music is a song titled "Rhapsody" by Andy Guthrie and was supplied Music Alley from Mevio (www.musicalley.com).
See you in two weeks!