Monthly Archives: February 2014

CHALLENGING” ISNESS”

“It is what it is” I have often heard said. How can one refute that?   Of course, “it is what it is”.   But is there anything YOU should do about it and is there anything YOU will do … Continue reading

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GOOD WORDS

ASTONISHED is a word I like to sometimes claim. THRILLED is another. The experts now praise LAUGHTER as a boon to good health. And how about praising PRAISE? And may we be OVERJOYED. You might chose other words to delineate the intensity of your delight. How … Continue reading

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JESUS IN THE SKY

On a Sunday afternoon the blue sky over Kissimmee played host to a sky writer spelling out the name of J E S U S and finding that the wind prevailed against his efforts.   As J and E were laid upon the blue and S was in the  … Continue reading

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BUM-BUM

I’ve often thought I’m out of sync with how it is in this, our 21st century.   When the nurse told me the other day she’d have to give me a shot in my “bum-bum” I failed to understand.   … Continue reading

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GETTING TO KNOW FOLKS

When you are with folks you don’t know well and you want to know them better but are suspicious  that they might reject you if you don’t conform to how they view the world you may tend to avoid the … Continue reading

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MELTING

Sometimes when I get close to sleep but am not quite there I feel like I am melting.   And sometimes I wonder what I would look like if I did — what kind of residue would I leave on … Continue reading

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SIXTY SECONDS EXPANDING

Waiting for the one you love to come home — to come home to the home you have made over so many years — this is not unusual.   But when that loved one does not arrive on time — … Continue reading

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SLIGHTLY BIOGRAPHICAL

  He was old and he yearned to be young. A few years he hoped to expunge. He changed what he ate — that helped change his fate and a few of his friends, they were stunned.   Some of … Continue reading

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TOGETHER COZY

How do I want to be? I want to be cozy with just you and me. On bended knee I plea with thee with hopes that we will feel completely free to be together cozy. We’re nearly forty-three. and as … Continue reading

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PAIN PARTNERS

I have a friend — haven’t seen her for years but we’ve stayed connected thanks to email.   We say we are Pain Partners.   We are not complainers but we listen to each other and to our various copings. … Continue reading

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