Monthly Archives: July 2013

Passion smacked me in the face today

“Your passion is that thing people are curious about. If you aren’t sure, listen to the folks you interact with regularly.When someone asks , its because you are are dripping your passion on the floor. They can’t help it either.Live your passion … Continue reading

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That Moon

The biggest moon on the rise. She pulls hard. Makes the old women dance. Makes the young ones stumble. She sways the wheat to the ground and raises the dead to their glory. She brings ancestors to the river. Dance … Continue reading

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Dog.

I’ve been following Jon Katz’s blog bedlamfarm.com for a while now.  My first encounter was while driving through rural Virginia listening to NPR.  It was either an author interview that they do so well or a review of his book,”A … Continue reading

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Not sorry I don’t have great camera equipment.

How did parents do it way back before phones had cameras and diaper bags had a protective pocket for the camera with a big lens?  How did moms capture the little smirk her little boy displayed without a means to … Continue reading

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How children get stolen.

This morning, a dear friend sent a link to this blog post http://earthchicknits.wordpress.com/2007/07/16/the-worst-five-minutes-of-my-life/ and I have sat for a few hours feeling those very uncomfortable feelings that well up when I remember how many times life has nearly been stolen around me. … Continue reading

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Birth Order

Is it true what they say?  That birth order plays a strong part in how a person sees the self.   That when you grow up with siblings, the positive effects are learning to get along with others.  That the … Continue reading

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Kill an hour, find a memory.

Yesterday, I found myself with some time to blow.   There’s something inviting about popping into a thrift store.  With a few dollar bills, it’s amazing what will find me.  This book was in a GoodWill store and priced at … Continue reading

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