Monthly Archives: July 2014

Anything Can Happen

One of my 6 year old granddaughter’s favorite board games is the time honored Candyland, specifically the Disney Princess version.  She often insists on playing 2 princesses at once in order to up her odds of winning, but honestly, neither of us are … Continue reading

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The Power of Delusion

Before I called myself a writer, I called books my best companions, my favorite pastime, and my original mode of transportation into other lives and worlds, both real and imagined. From time to time I’ll post reviews of books that … Continue reading

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Adjusting My Aperture

Ranting me: “How in the world is it possible not to know that, to not see that information or give it ?! It’s included right there! How/Why does that happen?” Trying to de-escalate my rant Hubs: “Well honey, they’re obviously so hyper-focused on the … Continue reading

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Take Time to Appreciate The Iridescence of Life

  I’m sure the couple sitting near me on the beach thought I was a narcissistic middle-aged woman trying to create the perfect selfie. I held my iPhone in front of me and snapped pic after pic as the ethereal beauty in the … Continue reading

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“We Are Who We Must Be”

“We are who we must be” is a quote taken from The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of a Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan,  a book due out on September 16th by award winning investigative journalist Jenny Nordburg. I recently received … Continue reading

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I began my beach morning by meditating for a bit and then went for a walk, keeping keen eyes open for my newest objects of desire, heart-shaped pieces of coquina. I lamented losing one a few days back, when after … Continue reading

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