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Thanksgiving Eve 2020

  Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Gobble, gobble.  But like other trends this year, the Thanksgiving feels different. Overriding factor is the rising cases of the Coronavirus pandemic.  Public health officials are urging people to stay put, forego family gathering and minimize … Continue reading

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Ode To 2020

  It’s an imperfect world, I know, I know. 2020 takes the cake for being far from perfect. First, Covid-19.  And now Trump’s post election. Can it get worse still? Yes, but, hopefully not. It’s not over until it gets … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 15 Nov 2020

The Coronavirus is killing us.  Literally. “More than 1,000 Americans are dying of the coronavirus every day on average, a 50 percent increase in the past month,” according to the New York Times,  Hard for me to believe that Mr. … Continue reading

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Writing As An Exercise

  ”Use-it-or-lose-it,“ everyone has heard it before. And I bear witness to that saying as absolutely true. More so as I grow older and my motivation for writing. You see, our mind trick us, thinking that we got it. Whatever … Continue reading

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“Bot Or Not”?

  As much as I like to think that I am unique and the same with my posts, I fear some bad news. Here is my thought: the day will come when I no longer exist, and this blog is … Continue reading

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Hot And Bothered

  The temperature dial stretched to the high end, as heat built up during the day got no place to go. Baked in by the sun, it is trapped inside with no relief.  Stripping naked does little to cool things … Continue reading

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Writing With A Purpose?

  How do I want my readers to feel?  An interesting question.  Never thought about it. I always write from my vantage point.  The message that I want to convey and share publicly at the WordPress.com are mine.  But what … Continue reading

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Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier 

Wisdom through storytelling – that is what Shelley Sackier’s post offers (link below). And I may add: “apropos for the chaotic time that we face.”   And remember to count your blessings. Source: Hatching Happiness through Husbandry ‹ Shelley Sackier ‹ … Continue reading

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Keeping Social Distance

  COVID-19 makes strangers all of us. Refuge in place – yours, mine, and ours. No one can be trusted nor embraced. But in truth, we can’t survive alone. Yearning for that connection, but I keep my social distance. What … Continue reading

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Painting With Words

  Painter uses a brush, and writer employees a pen.  Both are sharing a story just their mediums are different.  But their creative processes are more similar than what the end products appear – book versus painting. Perhaps because I … Continue reading

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