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Who cut the cheese?….

I recently read that the majority of Facebook users are now around my age- old. I realize you’re all out there texting and tweeting and tumbl-ing or whatever now but… Open letter to young people: I know I’ve ranted and … Continue reading

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’twas the night before Christmas and I finally got the 2013 family letter done….

WARNING: THIS PARTICULAR BLOG POST WILL LIKELY BE VERY BORING IF YOU’RE NOT FAMILY…. SHUCKS, IT WILL PROBABLY BE BORING EVEN IF YOU ARE FAMILY!!!  …and yes, Santa’s workshop is still open, thank you very much for asking….zzzzzzzzzzzzzz…… I have … Continue reading

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What have you noticed lately?

For publication in The Cambrian… Word of Mind, Word of Mouth by Lady Tie Di I was reading this book for young people about creative writing, “Rip the Page!”. I figured it was time for a fresh perspective. I loved … Continue reading

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What is love…

Over 40 years after he knocked her to the ground, breaking her nose, My earliest memory of him, 28 years after their divorce, followed by another failed marriage and another With the yelling still echoing in my ears He says, … Continue reading

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Summer offerings…

I felt today, that along with the water (blessed with my purest intentions and love) I normally offer to all massage clients, I might also present some small token from my garden. Consider it a token of the positive efforts … Continue reading

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Once again…

Count the footsteps on the beach Until they travel out of reach One last bird sailing by tonight Dancing on the wind ’til he’s clear out of sight Everyone seems to have somewhere to go How on earth do they … Continue reading

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May she find that big warm spot on the carpet in the sky…

Even 20 minutes after she “went to sleep,” Lucinda was still purring. It was ever so faint but nonetheless there was an unmistakable rattling deep in her sunken chest. At 20 years, 4 months, Lucinda had had a good, long, … Continue reading

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