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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you. – Maori Proverb Five years ago I held a baby girl in my arms. Now that baby is a proud and sturdy Kindergartner who loves to color and … Continue reading
If dreams were thunder Lightning was desire This old house it would’ve burned down a long time ago Make me an angel that flies from Montgomery Make me a poster of an old rodeo Just give me one thing that … Continue reading
I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestioned ability of a man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor. ~ Henry David Thoreau There is a movement gathering momentum for more quality in life and less quantity. I … Continue reading
On my father’s side I had a Jewish Grandma from Brooklyn, Annette. I tell you the Jewish and Brooklyn bits because you would be unnecessarily handicapped in conjuring up the right image and voice without a little aid from this … Continue reading
“I couldn’t hear the music, I couldn’t remember how to play my own song.” ~ Anne Lamott I’m still digging it up, still brushing it off, but there’s something here. Something is just below the surface, and I’m wiggling it … Continue reading