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You know you're old when...

…the highlight of your day is taking a meal to new parents, and you’re so excited that your failing memory actually allowed you to a) prepare the meal, b) pack everything you prepared and c) deliver the meal…that you accidentally turn the wrong direction to get home and create a traffic pileup that results in honking and rude gestures (not originating from you).

Ouch.

Motherhood

Who doesn’t eat lettuce?

I have a bit of a weird memory (what this is me, you didn’t think it could just be good or bad did you?!). In some ways I would say it is fantastic. 423 more words

Doesn't Really Fit Into Any Of My Other Categories So I Am Putting It In This One!

MALFUNCTION

ROBERT BREWER’S WEDNESDAY POETRY PROMPT.
http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/wednesday-poetry-prompts-277
For today’s prompt, write a malfunction poem. Yes, I changed today’s originally planned prompt to fit today’s circumstances. Sometimes you just gotta have that kind of flexibility. 216 more words

I am...Remembered

I am…Remembered

“I, even I, am he who blots out your transgressions, for my own sake, and remembers your sins no more.” Isaiah 43:25 NIV…

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Candles

It’s almost midnight.
She’s still waiting. What a foolish girl. It’s been the same for years now, so why does she expect a change.
Hope. 252 more words

8-23-13: "FORGETTING CONSCIENCE" (© KPKeelan)

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How is it possible

we keep forgetting

the preciousness of every Human Life?

 

Strange that memory slumbers with us

and deserts us anew daily. 146 more words

Kevin Keelan