Monthly Archives: July 2008

It’ll be good to say you know me…

  I think, it’s time for me to stop reading the news. Maybe there comes a point in every woman’s life when she realizes that reading the news, will not fix the little ‘empathy’ button that she stomped on, (and subsequently broke,) a few years ago. Maybe I have too many lawyers for friends- I’m…

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To find in your eyes, my best surprise.

My daughter went on her first vacation this weekend. I packed up all her most precious things, and some tears- I sent her off. I heard her say my name tonight when she came home, I grabbed Josh’s hand and we ran all the way upstairs- and there she was, walking around and looking for…

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I’m glad I spent it with you.

I find such solace in touch- whether it’s a gesture from a stranger, or a hug of a friend. Sometimes, the touches in life are what’s most surprising of all- the unexpected emotion from feeling warmth from another can be incredible. I stayed home with my daughter today. I don’t know what posessed me. She…

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Humbling.

These are humbling times. And when you least expect it, from the people you least expect it from, sometimes- such gifts are given, that you sit stunned at your computer for what seems like decades, trying to find the perfect response. What would, ‘thank you,’ say? It doesn’t convey everything you need it to, nor…

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Wind me up; I’m ready…

And the silence; it becamse so very clear That you had long ago dissapeared. I cursed myself for being surprised That this didn’t play like it did in my mind. All the way from San Francisco As I chased the end of your road Cause I’ve still got miles to go. And I want to…

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Bloggingst: The angst of blogging.

GO PLACIDLY AMIDST THE NOISE AND HASTE… and remember what peace there may be in silence As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly & clearly; and listen to others, even the dull & ignorant; they too have their story. Avoid loud & aggressive persons, for…

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