Tag Archives: parents

Worst Is A Five Letter Word

My worst day was the day I understood with my mind, and felt in my heart, that my marriage had ended. That it was really, actually, fully, over. My wishes and hopes for my future and my children’s future, vanished. … Continue reading

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AUTHOR!!!

My dear readers, I have exciting news to share! I have signed with Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, to self-publish my memoir, Passing Through.  Many of you have gotten to know my parents, in some form or function, … Continue reading

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At Least For Today!

The bad news is this WRITING 101 challenge has been (close to) a complete bust (I have managed to get a challenge or two completed, but not much more). The good news however – is that I’m close enough to … Continue reading

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Today Becomes Tomorrow

This is an excerpt from Life In The Boomer lane’s – Guerrilla Aging: Losing Youth, Gaining Perspective. The guest writer is Darcie Purcell.  Darcie can be visited at Being 40: Shift Happens. I loved this paragraph, (not so much the new, much younger husband … Continue reading

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Blog Tour: My Writing Process

Mary Beth Coudal, co-founder of  Boot Camp For Writers, and blogger (The Pursuit of Happiness) invited me to join this tour. I am to answer four questions about my writing process and introduce you to three new bloggers, who will do the … Continue reading

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Sometimes I Wish I Were A Koala

The thing about life is it’s a teeter-totter. Every day. I get into grooves for periods of time (sometimes long periods of time) and think I’ve found the answer. But my body, my mind, the environment, a relationship, will eventually … Continue reading

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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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