Category Archives: Writer’s Life

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What would you be willing to commit to for a full year? I read an article this week in our local paper about a guy who challenged himself to take a photo of a bird each day for a full … Continue reading

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A Morning’s Promise

Have you ever noticed that some buds just seem to tremble with hope? No matter what woes I, or the larger world are suffering from, this beauty will unfold this day without fail. Thus am I broken and mended—all beneath … Continue reading

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Sign Of The Times

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A Perilous Perfection

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From Desk or Garden . . .

To paraphrase Claude Monet: “I must have peonies, always, always.”  Whether on my desk . . . Or in my garden.

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A Musing Herself

I have always envied writers who claim their stories unroll for them in a cinematic, visual way. Since humans take in about 80% of their information visually, that’s highly convenient. And helpful. My Muse prefers to hear things. Which explains … Continue reading

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Unicorn Tales

Have you ever cringed when you recall thoughts that made total sense as a child? Oh,  are you one of the lucky ones who can smile fondly at your younger self? I cringe. As a child, I bargained with the … Continue reading

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