Monthly Archives: November 2015

THANKSGIVING IRONY

  GIVE US OUR DAILY BREAD…and Turkey and all the trimmings… The irony of our Thanksgiving Myth:  We celebrate a story of a feast hundreds of years ago, that commemorates the peaceful welcome to this land, by its Native People, … Continue reading

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A LIGHT AT THE END OF nanowrimo!

It is day 23 of 30. I HAVE WRITTEN 47,803 WORDS… ONLY THREE THOU TO GO FOR THE BIG 50,000… AND THERE WILL BE ABOUT 10-15 THOUSAND MORE BEFORE THIS STORY GETS TO AN ENDING OF SOME SORT. However. I … Continue reading

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A WRITER’S MEANDERING PATH

    THOUGHTS ON JUST ‘WRITING’ FOR FUN AND PLEASURE AND FINDING HIDDEN BENEFITS IN THE PROCESS Rivers of Words are flowing through my mind these days… I seem to be “writing” constantly: in my sleep, when cooking, feeding the … Continue reading

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ON THE DEATH OF A BELOVED PET

  IN MEMORY OF MY ‘PRETTY GIRL’, JEZABEL (11-08-2001__ 10-28-2015) My pretty Jezzie was like a beautiful, wise, serene girlfriend to me for fourteen years. She provided me comfort at times of grieving other losses or in times of general … Continue reading

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