Monthly Archives: July 2018

Beach Day

Floating, supine in the comforting arms of the ocean. Eyes closed, lungs emptied, hearing my own breath fill the void within.  Each inhalation takes me to a place of perfect peace,  as a briney balm coats this weary pedestrian’s limbs  … Continue reading

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What Do Yours Look Like?

We all have these don’t we? These stripes of shame, pain, fear; hurts and scars that make us feel different, less than, unlike any others. And that’s the thing. We all have them. They may not look exactly the same, … Continue reading

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Grief,Unsummoned Companion

Originally posted on This Pedestrian Life:
I went to bed much earlier but awoke just after midnight thinking of my dear mom, who died 4 years ago today. 4 days before she died I wrote the blog post below and…

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