Scott's Jeep

Change happens. What we do in response to it, how we handle the emotional fallout, is often more important than the event itself. Before Thanksgiving, my husband loaned his “project” car, a 1990 Jeep Wrangler, to his nephew.  Scott, being the endlessly generous man that I married, offered it up easily.…

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I Honor You Robin Williams

  Creativity yearns and churns, Stretches and aches, bogged down by the relentless nagging, driven by the ardent and fierce tingles of sinuous standings.   Almost unbidden, in a moment of neglect, it erupts and breaks free bursting forth in weightlessness, Sucking in the  lifeblood of release to dance wildly across a kaleidoscopic…

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I began to think about “spaces” this morning after reading a post by Laurie, one of my favorite bloggers. She is blessed with an abundance of courage and enthusiasm for life. She and her husband recently picked up and moved from the Midwest to Boise, ID. This is a popular…

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