Monthly Archive: December, 2015

Giving Thanks that I’m still alive to complain

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I’d like to blame dyslexia and lousy depth perception for my lack of self-discipline when it comes to chocolate, but I can’t think of a viable way to do it.   So… I’m replacing worthless… Continue reading

writer problems:

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As I wrote in replay to this oh-so-true observation: Unfortunately, I was kicked out of the Garden of Editing decades ago. Other than the picture, every word of the love-hate relationship with our(mental… Continue reading

The importance of 10-minute research

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Originally posted on nudge. wink. report.:
Only 2 days before the new year and, thus, the irritating sound of fireworks shot off by people too drunk to feel how cold it is outside…

Edit-ice

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Looking out at the weather tortured light beige and burnt-orange mountain range looming over the valley, it’s hard to believe that yesterday the area was covered in low, hematite-gray clouds.   Personally, I’d… Continue reading

Waltz

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Moon over mountains, waltz spanning millennia, circling in time.   <_><_><_><_><_> I’m in the valley of the shadow of death Palm Springs with my sister, who is busily trying to edit for sequencing.… Continue reading

Irony

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Well…I’m sitting here at the desk in the my sister’s guest room looking out at the mountains.  I don’t have any new pictures yet, so I’ll attach a picture from my last visit… Continue reading

Pathways

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Failure is God’s way of nudging you toward your best path.   Keep searching, until you awaken one morning happy to embrace life, eagerly climbing what others see as the steep mountain crevices… Continue reading

Saturn scattered

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Saturn’s child grows in the darkness, liberating eyes tired of light. . Time blossoms into a dotted landscape of oiled statutes burning, roiling, turning at the night sky. . For blessed mortals, days… Continue reading

Off on the wrong foot

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After being one of the 11.5%* who “won”during NaNoWriMo by obsessively finishing the draft of a novel over 50,000 words in November,  a mild case of the “sick” hit me in early December… Continue reading

LAZY 2

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Yep.   Still lazy.   After washing 4 dogs this morning who wouldn’t be?     )))To put this into perspective((( How many 108 pound women close to retirement can lift a 68… Continue reading