Tag Archives: heart

Wiggling Through the Darkness Cut in Two

Last week’s rainstorms put me in a gloomy mood, so I don my raincoat and vinyl boots and walk outside with my dog.  I have often told others to get outdoors, to seek nature as a way to heal, to … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

My heart is heavy. Trying to catch my breath I feel so unsteady. Concentration is a thing of the past along with patience and my inborn sass. I look in the mirror and I can’t see, the woman I knew as … Continue reading

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In a Moment Life Changes

We watch and listen to daily newscasts of multiple traumatic situations that occur within our community and throughout our world.  Sympathetic to the families whose lives are affected, until the routine and demands of our day blur our memory of … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home.

Two steps up to a small concrete porch with a wrought-iron railing, you enter an arched door leading into the front hallway.  The living room and dining room is the entire length of our cream-city brick house on 91st Street.  … Continue reading

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