I’m there…

Hello friends, It’s another pensive day for me. Concentrating on editing is difficult because distractions keep coming in waves. But, they are more than distractions. There is an inspiration in the interruption. Trying to capture the essence of these fleeting thoughts is challenging, however. But despite an element of chaos, I’m finding a calm within, …

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Looking back at me…

Hello Friends! The last few days I’ve been mulling around quite a few thoughts. Some of you have prodded suggesting I write more about this ‘ride’ I’m on, while others poked me about vlogging more. They want me to talk about the life of a 60 something who is not big on aging rhetoric, normalcy, …

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The capital L kind…

Hello dear ones! Goodness gracious, I have a lot to catch you up on so will not waste time waxing thoughtful. Instead, I’ll get right to the gritty of the nitty. The despondency I felt and shared with you in my last post has lifted thanks to you. The care and consideration shown me, those …

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Time to change it up…

Dearest friends, Breaking is never easy, but I’m broken today in a way I’d not expected to be. I’ve actually been feeling confident. Imagine. Not so now. My chest aches, my throat keeps constricting, and the tears I’d hoped had dried up for a bit, are back in torrential style. Of course, you’re asking “why?” …

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Events that trouble…

Dear friends, I know many of you are anxious right now as you, or those close to you, face the wrath of hurricanes battering the Caribbean and southern U.S. From footage, it appears Irma has devastated several islands and plans on doing more damage as it makes its way toward Florida. After Harvey and the …

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Hobbits and elves…

Dearest friends, It’s another bloody hot day. Lots of electricity being consumed as people try to stay cool. We’re lucky here. There are plenty of watering holes to cool off in, but for those stuck in cities, well, they’re not so lucky. I suppose we should get used to it. I don’t think these extremes …

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