Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sporadic thoughts

Last Saturday marked eight years since my father passed away. I always try to spend extra time with my sister around that day each year. This year was no exception, thankfully. I wish she had been able to have more … Continue reading

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What do I want to be when I grow up?

Boy that is a question I continue to ask myself…Am I ever going to figure it out or grow up? Actually, I know what I want to be…how do you get there though? I am not getting any younger. I … Continue reading

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Inspiration from all around

It’s the good news story types like this one http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/return-sender-101-old-message-bottle-finally-arrives-194658324–abc-news-topstories.html that make me smile. I can’t help but imagine the 20 year old man putting this note in a bottle and a century later his grand daughter being handed it. … Continue reading

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Finding my writing groove

As I have mentioned before it’s difficult at times for my to find my groove. I make up excuses – I’m too tired…my work day was too hard…I don’t have the right space to be creative in…I need more time … Continue reading

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Exploring creativity

Below is a photo (from my cell none the less, so excuse the blur) of a view from a co worker’s office. Well, he left about a month ago and I have kept his door open, so I can scoot … Continue reading

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