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The Path is Made by Walking


Wanderer, there is no path,

the path is made by walking.

—Antonio Machado


Mention “pilgrimage” and folks usually think of walking the Santiago de Compostela or similar perambulations. 1,270 more words

Faith, Grief

(8) Just Me Marathon: Time (2/7)

“I challenge myself to stop comparing what I learn to the past.” Scott Belsky

So long ago, really only about ten years,
Time was the enemy, a relentless opponent… 177 more words


Running, Stress Relief, And Gratitude

This week has been stressful due to dealing with some family issues and my mom’s poor health.  I’ve always been a worrier and the increased stress lately has been exhausting and affected my workouts, meals, and sleep. 606 more words



Since losing my ministry in January I have discovered that even with my husband at home with me I miss other people.  For me, being with others is important. 470 more words


Aging With Style and Grace

I was going to blog about my second camping trip, but my husband has not forwarded a certain photo to me that I need for the post. 843 more words

Life On The Moon

This Time

(I wrote this yesterday. Reposting under prompt since it went unseen.)

I felt my numbered days
Upon catching a gaze
Photographic, without haze
Troubled gasps and (ways… 74 more words


Homeowner Stresses and Social Support

Owning a home can be a source of great pleasure, but maintaining a house can be very stressful. The stress of home maintenance and repairs can be especially great for single homeowners, because they don’t have a partner to share the responsibility. 695 more words