Monthly Archives: September 2017

Every Day

Writing coaches, published writers and wannabe writers like me frequently say you need to write something every day. That’s a tough one for me to do. I accept it as a concept, but actually doing it is something else. So … Continue reading

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The Other Side

A dear friend passed away yesterday. He was not young and his health had been on the decline for a long time, but that doesn’t diminish the sadness I feel. His friendship helped my parents heal from my brother’s death. … Continue reading

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Tuesday

My new commute has thrown this exercise into a wee bit of a tailspin. I may have mentioned that my department at the county moved on September 15th, and last week was the first week at our new location.  My … Continue reading

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Making a difference

This idea of working on one part of my helter skelter life appears to be working. When I look around the house, I see a difference. Fifteen minutes here and three minutes there add up to results. Yes, there’s still … Continue reading

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Moving Day Approaches

Today was moving day at work. Yesterday was the final day to pack and label everything that was to be moved. Folks in my job classification (primarily programmers and system analysts) received 3 moving boxes. Whatever we can fit into … Continue reading

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Sounds of Silence

This summer I’ve spent more time with the tv off than with it on. Usually when I get home from work, the tv goes on and I watch the local news, then Jeopardy. During Wheel of Fortune I mute the … Continue reading

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15 Minutes

One of the best times while on vacation was sitting on the back deck having a cup of coffee or a chai latte (I love Keurig and the fact that I can have both coffee and a chai latte in … Continue reading

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