Monthly Archives: March 2014

ENJOYING MY PASSIVITY

There may be or not some creativity in my passivity.   And whether so or not I enjoy my passivity now and then  — more often now than when my years were not impressive.   Laid back in my recliner … Continue reading

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STILL LEARNING

There was a time I taught him though I don’t recall that clearly.   It seems so long ago.   And now he comes to be with me and comes with expertise and helps me understand the laptop now residing … Continue reading

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WHENESS

I tend to make demands on WHEN — WHEN to start the day — WHEN –  to have breakfast — WHEN to go here or there.   In the Rehab Center I  am well known for my demands. I want … Continue reading

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LONG ENOUGH

Seventy years! Is that not long enough to drive?   I know some folks who  make it beyond that — but not I.   I haven’t even cried — I just let go — just like that!   The keys … Continue reading

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A CASUALTY OF LUNAR LOVE

When the digital clock by the side of the bed “struck” 6:00, I rose to sit on the edge of the bed — and  rose some more and opened the blinds.   There was the full moon setting.   I expected … Continue reading

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LEARNING TO COUNT

My attitude toward gratitude has changed. Never much  for counting blessings I am  finally beginning  to keep the score of my assembled gifts.   It took so long for me to learn to count what heaven bestows. At last I … Continue reading

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ENOUGH

Another day today for you — for me — unless, perhaps, we’re not allowed to see it to its end.   And that depends upon our fortune.   There are some who’d rather fade away and let their sun go … Continue reading

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THE WAY IT USED TO BE

I often think of the way it used  to be yet I believe in doing  thus I’ve  likely abused the truth.   I’m pretty sure that the things I see in memories are not  same as actuality.

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THAT DAY

So sweet the contents of my life and then the sweetness vanished.   The seat belt saved me and I was hanging upside down — the roof below  and I was dangling.   But soon the sirens sang as someone’s … Continue reading

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I’LL HAVE TO WAIT AND SEE

Here I am again — the page before me  blank and I am searching for some content to explain to you why I’m still here.   The accident should have removed me so that my fingertips would not seek employment … Continue reading

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