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It starts on November 1st and runs for 30 days. 30 posts in 30 days (1 every day). It doesn’t matter if it’s 2 sentences, a 50 word poem or a 100 or 1000 word prose piece. Click the image above for more details.
I’ve never been one to just accept what life throws my way. I’ve always believed that if life throws me a curve ball, I’ll catch the damn thing and throw it back into life’s teeth. This can be good or bad. In the case of my physical situation (which you can read about here), this has always been a good thing. Continue reading
I was shocked when a really good friend of mine actually said, “Your life sucks,” to me. This was the type of friend I would give my last hundred bucks to and go hungry for a few days if he needed it.
Perception is reality.
I’ll go one further and say, “Our perception is our reality. Each one as individual as fingerprints.” Continue reading
As I lay here this morning waiting for the Phenergan to ease my nausea from the chemo meds, I remembered a piece I wrote that made me smile. Being in love in the springtime is such a beautiful thing. Enjoy: Continue reading
On her blog, a friend asked “Do you have any memories that crystallized for you even though they weren’t particularly important?” As I lay here in my bedroom in a hospital bed, with chemotherapy drugs running through my system (that’s a post for another time), a memory pops into my head. My answer was too long to put in a comment. Continue reading
We’re all looking for happiness. It would seem that sucker is an elusive beast much like the Loc Ness Monster. We are either looking for it, working toward it or hoping to find it like a lost piece of jewelry. But we’re certain it exists. Continue reading
I am often reminded that our brain is perhaps the greatest gift of all. Invariably I hear a comment, see a video, or read a post that makes me thankful I was given this brain of mine and not the one the speaker, or poster is not using. Continue reading