Happy Dyngus Day 2011!!!

"Point Lobos" by Carolyn Jones

“Heaven and Earth” by Dee Andreini

Dateline: Saturday, April 23, 2011

San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, Northern California, North America

 The Dailey Muse

     It helps most everything to learn, help, pray, and behave each day. That is what has happened up to this point. See, on Saturdays I work. Sundays and Mondays are our off days from a sometimes grueling 12-hour routine. Routine is not the right word because every day is different with a multitude on contingencies.

     We practice “contingency management” around here. It sort of all depends. Not of the elderly buttocks support pads but it depends on what priorities change from hour to hour. These issues seem to come up at a drop of a dime.

     I am a concerted planner, six months or six years ahead. I have got to adapt quickly in order to be successful in the fast-paced Silicon Valley.

On Dyngus Day / Easter Monday:

      It was a glorious day although few of my local friends understood the significance of Dyngus Day. The weather was terrific, the sausage got rave reviews, Carl’ homemade sauerkraut was great, and funny times were had.

      Teddy got a long, long, quick walk in San Carlos under sunny skies and 65-degree temperatures. I got what I needed: medicine, gas and transportation, great visits with friends in the ‘hood, and two effective bodyguards.

      I cannot play it too safe. Life can be threatening and dangerous. 2011 is a lot different than Dyngus Day 1975. May God bless.

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Posted on April 26, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. what happened on Dyngus Day 1975?

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