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Life among the living

Gray the day wet with rain fog wrapped and dripping a heavy hand. The process to be worked the step by step by step the small pool of light right there at your feet all that  can be seen. Misunderstood … Continue reading

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If

If can be a conjunction or a noun.  I really don’t want it to have any more space or time in my vocabulary for now.   Not that avoiding it changes anything, but a lot of my intrusive thoughts start … Continue reading

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Simple Gifts.

Simple gifts, I have received a grateful heart, a desire to believe, in the Spirit of God, in the spirit of man, in the hope of peace from a proffered hand.   Love from a husband. Love from a child. … Continue reading

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Blazing Trails

You only be around the people you love for so long before you need a break.  There is a reason that absence makes the heart grow fonder, and that familiarity breeds contempt.  I can see the signs that I am … Continue reading

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Click

The newscasters last night on our local channel reminded everyone that daylight savings time ends this coming weekend.  One of the comments was ” the days will be so short!” Where have they been for the past month?  The angle … Continue reading

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The Wedding

I have a friend who reminds me of the Meg Ryan‘s character in “When Harry Met Sally.”  Every time I have ever dined with her at any restaurant she is the last to order because she has a difficult time … Continue reading

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A Season of Change

It rained all day yesterday and now the wind is blowing.  The gusts pick up leaves and twigs and fling them at the house.  I have yet to turn on the heat.  I suppose I should.  I am amazed when … Continue reading

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The Path We Travel

I did not post what I wrote yesterday.  It was more suitable for use as an anchor.  It was one of those break-down days. Today, in light of that I decided to provide a list of what I have learned … Continue reading

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Gaining the Summit

I  looked up “survivor’s guilt” to see just what it meant.  There are a list of symptoms that together sound pretty ominous.   I have had a few of those feelings though I think mine are mainly attached to a … Continue reading

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Roads go ever ever on

              Roads go ever ever on, Over rock and under tree, By caves where never sun has shone, By streams that never find the sea; Over snow by winter sown, And through the merry … Continue reading

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