Monthly Archives: May 2013

Belonging

To believe you belong to someone is an important premise providing balance to your life. To belong is to be connected.  It involves bonding. There are degrees of bonding, which you experience in different forms during phases in your life. Most … Continue reading

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May 13 – Events gone, present ones, and still to come.

  Mother’s Day has been and gone for another year. It was a day of relaxation. I received a lovely parcel delivered from Harry & David; so fresh and succulent. It’s nice to feel pampered. I re-edited my first two … Continue reading

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Starting out as a Writer

Starting Out as a Writer All of us ‘would be, if we could be’ or,  already writing, have at sometime had a flash of inspiration. ‘I could write a book like that’ – whatever ‘that’ might be. Or, someone has … Continue reading

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May 3 – Forging ahead

We’ve had a busy week since Monday. We removed everything from our double garage and spread it throughout the house and under the back porch in readiness for its concrete base to be dug up and renewed. Over the years, cracks … Continue reading

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First pages of ‘What Next’

What Next! I’m an only child with a single mother, Francie, who is an unashamed flirt. Men, as numerous as fleas on our farm dog Rats, are Mom’s most frequent visitors. Grandma Molly Long says it’s like pulling teeth trying … Continue reading

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