life, society

I Wept Again

First snow

I’m about to make a confession. I hope my blogging community will understand and stick together with me. I’ve grown so fond of your presence over the years.

Okay, ready? Deep breath.

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life, thoughts

The Symbolism of a Dream

shadows-3wmI had a dream … well actually, it was a nightmare. It’s pretty amazing how the brain conjures up fears from real life and puts them into our sleep state.

I’ve gone back and forth about sharing this dream. I think it has meaning, so I’ve decided to take a chance and share.

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life, thoughts

What Did He Call Me?

hot-dog-road wmHe called me an “old-timer?” How did that happen? I mean, I was a rock-and-roll chick who partied until sunrise. I was cool!

Here is the story.

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life, poetry

The Word Above

Our modern society paints humanity with such dark, negativity. Yet, when I posted about my anxiety, I received kindness, thoughtfulness and caring from people who have only met me through a blog. As I pondered the paradox of the two, it brought forth the following poem.

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life, Sports

Juice and the Underdog

sombrero wmIt seems to me, underdog movies do quite well at the box office, especially in sports. Just a few examples of many are, The Rookie, Rocky, Rudy & Seabiscuit. (Apparently, many of them start with the letter R, too.) One of my personal favorite underdog stories has nothing to do with sports called, Gattaca.

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life, philosophy

Random Observations

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~ Society seems to put people into categories or groups, and judges them from those groups. Christian, atheists, believers, non-believers, male, female, republicans, democrats, conservatives, liberals, blacks, whites, Hispanics, poor, middle class, rich. Continue reading “Random Observations”