Tag Archive: life

Can’t sleep — so what else is new?

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I used to read Tarot cards.  And I was good at it.  Then, I stopped reading them for the worst of reasons:  Love. When you give up something because someone you love doesn’t… Continue reading

Father’s Day thoughts

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As a parent of children 43 and 41, I remember what it’s like to be “on-call” 24/7.  As a grandparent, I know that both my children can tell you the same thing:   Parents… Continue reading

99 word prompt : Splash

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June 3, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that makes a big splash. It can be fluid, or you can play with the idiom (to make a… Continue reading

Today

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Today What is today? I wish to live. What is life? Have I conquered? What am I fighting? Have I prevailed? No body, no life. Why do we strive to achieve? For after… Continue reading

Advice…um…

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I would SO love to give good advice.  …but when I do, no one listens. My advice about anxiety is this:  Never say the “A” word in front of someone in a medical… Continue reading

99 word prompt : sisu

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May 2, 2019, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about sisu. It’s a Finnish concept of enduring strength, the ability to consistently overcome. Think long-term. Go where the… Continue reading

This week

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What will you be doing next week?    I’ll show you what I WON’T be doing: This week, I predict that my cat will sit in front of the computer, blocking the screen. I… Continue reading

National Hate Week

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Yes, I’m being politically incorrect. No, I don’t give a rat’s vagina if you like it or not:  April 6 – 12 is National Hate Week. On April 6, many, many moons ago,… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : 10 strange things one learns in life

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 Never pass up a chance to ask why coworkers are frowning.  People like it when they think you’re paying attention.  A foolproof way to stop “sweating the small stuff.”  If it costs less… Continue reading

Intermission

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Did you know that epic movies — the ones made decades ago — had an intermission? When “Titanic” circulated the theaters, my daughter and I sat through the entire thing.  At the end… Continue reading