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Transparent opaqueness

Originally posted on The Fickle Heartbeat:
Are feelings valid if I can’t see them? Falling in love as an adult meant a stable relationship without the constant reminder of ‘I love you’s,” yet I’m Benjamin Button-ing these days, throwing tantrums for mere words. But then again, what does age have to do anything with love?

The Tree of Life is Dead

Originally posted on Christa Wojciechowski:
The Tree seemed like a god: unmovable and indestructible. I worry—does it feel any pain? Is it whimpering as it withers, its face pushed in the dirt? ? I was packing up, getting ready to leave for a short stop in Chitré for The Hubs’ business, and then onto Panama to…

The Ten Catmandments

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Presents:
Many, many years ago, there were hundreds of cats in ancient Egypt.  None of them had good, forever homes.  They wandered the land searching for food and water wherever they could find it.  Many were sick and died.  Those who did live to be old cats wondered…

Blog Hop Chain Interview

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Inspirations:
I was invited to participate in this blog hop review by my friend, Rubianne Wood.  Thank you, Rubianne!  She is a talented writer of paranormal mysteries. What am I working on? I just published my new book, “Graze the Night.”  It is about a police officer who…

My Inspirational Friend

Originally posted on MARSocial Author Business Enhancement Inspirations:
I have an amazing friend who is going through a very difficult time.  He has chosen to video blog his experience with Hepatitis C and issues with Social Security disability in Florida.  I respect my friend for sharing his struggles with all of us. My heart was…

Beaver – Destructive or Discerning?

Originally posted on Hearing Elmo:
We have beaver. Actually, we’ve had beaver for about 16 months now, however this summer it is really evident WE HAVE BEAVER. Our townhouse community sits up at the top of a hill. It is a closed cul-de-sac community, so it is great that “through traffic” is not an issue…

There are no Write-By-Numbers kits …

Originally posted on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing:
When I was a kid, we spent our summers at the family cottage, north of Toronto. Two entire months to amuse ourselves – preferably, according to my mother, out-of-doors. But there were often rainy days we’d be forced to spend inside, and one of the “hobbies” I got…

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