Monthly Archive: September, 2015

Interview with a strep-virus

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Originally posted on nudge. wink. report.:
Strep.  Reminds me of a design on cheap polyester clothing I saw in a catalogue. Maybe this is why the purple stuff is always the last to…

Why this week sucks (and doesn’t)

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There should be a forum for people to write about things that suck this week.    But because I try to be grateful for the blessings in my life, I’ll start out with… Continue reading

?? (o)(o) ??

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As I sit here sucking on an organic peppermint candy to settle my stomach, my mind wanders into a world of not-quite-right questions. You know what I mean–those questions that make everyone else… Continue reading

Helping hands

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Pit Bull and Coon Cat. Love requires helping hands, deferring judgment.  

Knowing

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Many years ago, when my children were very young, I wrote a 1-page letter imparting my wisdom.  . What is important in life? Know yourself and the answers will come.  . Over the… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday: How cats sort laundry

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Cat Tails

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I know when I’ve truly arrived home.   I’m fishing the cat hair out of my mouth that found it’s way to the bottom of my teacup. Now I know why the tip… Continue reading

Home and family

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Walking your journey, stop looking up the mountain, and enjoy the day. Many thanks to the world’s best daughter for her love, her hospitality, and her kindness.  I’m home again and surrounded by happy… Continue reading

Coffeegrounded and FloridaBorne

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After several days fighting off strep with antibiotics that would choke a horse, I am back among the living (sort of).   Coffeegrounded and I planned to meet on Saturday, but my daughter… Continue reading

Seth Speaks

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I especially liked number 14. I’m reblogging this to pass along some sage advice.