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Man, thirty days could really do something to you. It was important to me to set everything aside, think globally, and recalibrate. First Things First On A Personal Note The first thing I tried to do was…. Yes, sleep. A good night’s rest does wonders. I believe I am cursed with the night owl syndrome. […]

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July Camp NanoWrimo wiped me out. Also, I think that my writing brain is feeling fatigued. Lately I have been trying to figure out how to maintain balance. What Does That Mean For You? That means I am taking a three week break from writing and blogging. I hope to get refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated […]

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“Give sorrow words; the grief that does not speak knits up the o-er wrought heart and bids it break.”― William Shakespeare, Macbeth My heart is breaking. As a sign of respect I will not post the picture here. Since the world has seen what happened to precious Aylan Kurdi and other precious souls washed up […]

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When choices are legislated, chaos is sure to follow. Let us learn to accept people. Let us learn to keep our fricking noses out of people’s sex lives, bedrooms, anatomy, choices. I believe in freewill. Listen to me, whoever you are, you get a seat at my table. In Case You Did Not Hear Me […]

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The most beautiful thing about my relationship with my father is that when we have a spirited argument it keeps us talking for hours. Our conversations range from politics to the price of coffee. It’s eye-opening and a complete rollercoaster ride! We are both headstrong, stubborn, firm and passionate about life. I’ve watched my father […]

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Yes, our babies, their siblings, parents, teachers, loved ones, the community are marching for their lives. Let the image below soak into our system for a minute. The day after Newtown, I along with my neighbors stood at the school bus stop. We were not the customary chatterboxes that morning. We had seen the news. […]

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I had an encounter which had left a “forever” imprint on my life. Life allowed me the opportunity to spend time with a military veteran who had served in Afghanistan. You may have met a military veteran who behaves like this : Short answers Blunt responses Cut through the chase persona Structure, structure, structure Let’s […]

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Colors of the Ukrainian Flag with a white dove of peace and the word Peace underneath to support the State of Ukraine against the Russian invasion.
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