When I was young, the world was divided into 3 parts:
-a world for men
-a world for women
-a world for kids
all in the same physical space, but in different corners.

Sometimes those worlds came together:
-when the postman came to the café each morning
-at harvest time when everyone went to the fields to help
-at night while sleeping, and at meal times
-at celebrations and church services

Now it seems there's one world that we all share.
Or is it just that I'm old now and I can't see?
Are there still things only for men, only for women?

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No komboloi since January?
Tsk,tsk.
There is a silver bowl on the coffee table in the Greek house
filled with all kinds of komboloi, come take one
(be ye male or female) and let your worries gooooooo!

I going to stop in on the cafe now,
it seems like a nice place to be.
For most recent SKETBE "stress management".
Me, woman, have one, ward off any more disasters :-)

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