Monthly Archives: July 2014

Life is Rich

In diversity we are rich. For some reason as we approach what I consider the year’s midpoint this thought strikes me. Yes, many—perhaps most—believe we’ve already passed the year’s midway point. After all, that happened when June ended. I think … Continue reading

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Providing Mystery

Everything you don’t know is a mystery. There’s the mundane: “Are those leftovers in the fridge still good?” There’s the unsettling: “Why is someone watching my house at night?” There’s the frightening: “Why do I hear movement in the attic?” … Continue reading

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A Word

    WP is having issues this morning, but this post is available on my website.

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Author Journeys: Welcome Christina Anne Hawthorne

Originally posted on John Robin's Blog:
Author journeys continues today. I’m pleased to welcome another guest, a fellow lover of the fantasy genre. A warm welcome to Christina Anne Hawthorne! Originally from the US east coast, Christina now resides…

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Train Stations

I wanted to be a writer when I was young, but I became convinced the train I sought had already left the station before I arrived. Where, I wondered, was the distinctive worldview I required to share profound insights and … Continue reading

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Compression

Compression, recession, dusty avenues… when you were far away you were beyond my touch, but still able to ease the pain to which I’d too often clutch. Roads rendered empty on their way to nowhere… our destination was a place … Continue reading

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Stop What You’re Doing!

STOP! Think about what you’re doing right now. Ever hear about the person who ran with the ball before catching it because in their mind they were already making the big play? Ever see someone so worried about catching the … Continue reading

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Stumbling Over the Timeline

Sometimes you step around the corner and realize the road is taking you in an unexpected direction… I have to admit to feeling a little lost right now having concluded my week’s stay in New Mexico and Last Word Before … Continue reading

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Simple Understanding

Don’t oversimplify a world that is complex, but in recognizing complexity there comes simplicity in our lives, and that piece of simple understanding, creates a little more peace and harmony within. © July 2014, Christina Anne Hawthorne

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Flying

Yesterday my body let me know how tired it was and refused to do much of anything. I managed a dash to the store to replenish my dwindling food supplies, but not much more. The reason for my (contented) exhaustion … Continue reading

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