Monthly Archives: January 2014

That Carries Me

Today’s assignment: Find the post that has received the most views, likes, or comments, and write a related follow-up post.  Not surprisingly or perhaps very much so, my parents. Their passing left a gash in my soul that pulls at heartaches everywhere. … Continue reading

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Write Here, Write Now Daily Prompt – Write Here, Write Now  It is 12:35. I sit at my desk with my chores, which I love. Why? Because they are writing and reading and talking (on the phone). Wandering with my emails, … Continue reading

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Pete Seeger

Pete and Arlo – If I had a Hammer My young years were all about folk music, peace marches and community. Our unity was our strength! Those early years surrounded by diverse and exceptional people taught me about tolerance, protest … Continue reading

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Front Door Shoes

Dad always said, “Leave your shoes at the door.” NOT! He said, “If you leave your shoes by the front door I’m going to throw them into the street.” Although he said this often, he has never to my knowledge … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt, Number 26

The daily prompt asks what role the number 26 played in my life. A big one. My first son was born on the 26th of August, 29 years ago. I had trouble getting pregnant which did not ostensibly disturb my … Continue reading

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Cosmic Reverberating

Cosmic reverberations are in the air. And we, to our credit, are listening. More willing than ever to hear the tough parts of life, we explore disease, trauma and loss. A few of my fellow bloggers have

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Bait And Switch

Morning dawned to sun and snow. Just less than a foot of powdered sugar piled high on homes, lawns and disparate objects mistakenly left outdoors. The stillness brought on by a snowstorm’s beauty and immobility are inherent. Cold, white precipitation … Continue reading

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