Monthly Archives: August 2018

SEEMS SLIGHTLY STRANGE

I’d like to have an attitude of gratitude embrace me more as my time unwinds and leaves a path of memories.   Sometimes I’m able to – sometimes not.   I see others not much different than I coping with … Continue reading

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HER PLUS

I know a woman who has fought the fight of losing weight throughout her years.   Often a gain in pounds has almost led to tears.   Now, at last, she’s found reprieve. It’s s little hard to believe she’s … Continue reading

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CHEST

Who will get it? – that mahogany chest of drawers I built back in the seventies. I see it every day and every day that question lurks in my shrinking mind. Most of our “give-aways” have been given but a … Continue reading

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FIGURING IT OUT

I’m not sure when I first started trying to figure it out. Certainly it became very important to me back when I was wondering what to do. I had to do something even if I couldn’t figure life out. So … Continue reading

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NUMBERS

I don’t recall when I first began to count – back when I learned my “one, two, threes” – pronouncing them and pointing here and there and getting praise – at least I hope I did. The number words became … Continue reading

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TIME

I remember first thinking about Time — way back when – quite some time ago as my mind felt ready to grapple with ineffable matters. Perplexed, as many have been I kept thinking that somebody smarter than me had figured … Continue reading

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