Monthly Archives: July 2013

Leaving On a Jet Plane

Below are the instructions I have left for my son as he has graciously offered to watch Strokeman for the weekend so that I can get away. My destination of choice? My son and daughter in law who live in … Continue reading

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Carry on, Carrion

I think I might have mentioned in one way or another that I am not much of an animal person. Don’t get me wrong, I love to watch animals in the wild. I just don’t want to be responsible for … Continue reading

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Lament or Complaint?

This is a post written by a dear friend. I thought it would be a nice companion to my most recent post. Please excuse the circular linking that occurs here. Just consider it a case of mutual admiration 🙂

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Just Grieve

The past few weeks have been good in many ways. I got to see my army son for a short two weeks. We managed to cram a lot of togetherness into those days. In the midst of it my parents … Continue reading

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Of Birds and Words

Recently I was given the privilege to read a book that hasn’t been released yet on the condition that I write a review for it if I liked it. How exciting! It’s like opening a present a week early. Well, … Continue reading

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Wrecking Ball

Recently my sister introduced me to a blog by a man named Jeff Goins. Jeff is a writer who is generous in his willingness to help others become writers. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Jeff and his community, … Continue reading

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