Monthly Archives: May 2018

WHEN SILENCE COMES

When silence comes into my heart and whatever sound intrudes is faced with muting I ponder my commencement — (at least as far back as I can go) wandering through various chapters dealing with my THEN and NOW. I face … Continue reading

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Hair Monitor

I have within me a hair monitor’ and you do, too. They do not obey our wishes but are obedient to our DNAs. They deal with many places on our body: the top pf our heads, our legs, our face, … Continue reading

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HOW WAS THE GRADUATION?

When they asked me: HOW WAS THE GRADUATION? I was pleased to respond on a positive note. I heard little spoken from the podium but the children(grades one through five) entertained me with their energy that kept them wiggling and … Continue reading

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In Praise of PT

I have lost the ability to ambulate twice – twice as my body has taken on the years. Both times I came back with help – help from those who practice PT. Their requirements did not always please me– but … Continue reading

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I Sit Alone

I sit alone at breakfast and watch the antique diners being served — aware that I am one of them. Our disabilities are flanked by walkers and by wheel chairs and here and there an aide. Our task is to … Continue reading

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