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Updated: Jul 24, 2022

Today, believe it or not, I grieved getting old. And it wasn't really all that bad. There are good memories; there's some things that have happened along the way. All in all, I have no regrets, no complaints, and I’m not sad. I have spent the journey with a good woman and have a good family and ample friends and have experienced life along the journey. I have no idee, how long I’ll be, but I'm okay with it, you see. Is my bucket list complete? Hell no, I got a lot more living to go!

Arthor’s Note:

The Louvre

Poetry, painting, prose,

And I suppose,

One degree of freedom

From Mona’s subtle pose😊

*Who was she Anyway?

The painting (1505) by Leonardo de Vinci, probably of the Italian noblewoman Lisa Gherardini, the wife of Francesco del Giocondo, and is in oil on a white Lombardy Poplar panel and on public display in the Louvre in Paris. The painting was never given to Francesco, but willed by de Vinci to the Louvre in Paris - OR could it be a painting of Mary Magdalene with a code buried underneath? Perhaps it’s a tribute to the Holy Grail.

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03 févr. 2022

Brandy F, Thanks so much for fixing WIX for me. I will let you know how the Subscription Free works out. This is a photo of my wife and I with Mona. Leave me a comment on your favorite poem😎

Tom T


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11 janv. 2022

You are lucky that you have had such a wonderful life; My bucket list is not complete either. I was at the Louve about 6 years ago and could not get close to that picture because of all the people.

12 janv. 2022
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Dorothy, our paths have likely crossed in life, if not for real, then likely because we like adventure. I’d like to know more of your trip to the Louve. Likely too, we both visited Notre Dame before it’s malicious demise. Tommy

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