Monthly Archives: March 2014

My Poor Blind Dog

Originally posted on Cheryl Renee Hunt:
If my dog could read this, she would howl in disagreement to the term ‘poor’. She is the epitome of happy-go-lucky and has the ability to bypass every difficulty with ease. Yes, she is…

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Zombie Mouse Hunter

Deathly green mice, blue mice, too evil mice up to no good camouflaged in hues. Fiendish mice lacking a lair lurking in the darkest places, amassing on the stairs. Mice killed dead each night revive in stillness and haunt at … Continue reading

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A Good Old-Fashioned Status Update

I’m standing in the midst of what must seem a lull to the world at large, but from my perspective the tornado is taking me to Oz. All the changes in my personal life don’t compare to the changes in … Continue reading

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Fixing Broken

Is it possible to fix what’s broken? Such are thoughts that go through my head when I walk. People consider the question, shrug, and say, “Sure.” For one, there’s always glue. When I was little that meant milky Elmer’s Glue. … Continue reading

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Make Your Opportunities

Spring hasn’t sprung where I live, she’s kicked in the door. My blood is boiling with sunshine’s warmth and the energy erupting all around me. Walkers. Joggers. Bike riders. People working hard to achieve or maintain good health. People smiling … Continue reading

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Mindful Steps

You can do it. One step and then another. Always mindful of what’s underfoot. Always appreciating the gain. Steps… They figure prominently in our lives, starting with the first we take, hands out wide for balance as we totter and … Continue reading

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Suck It Up & Writer Up—Preparing for Greatness

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Social media doesn’t work. Blogging doesn’t sell books. We’ll have to put out massive amounts of time and effort for no pay-off. We’ll have to learn HTML and how to manipulate algorithms to…

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