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Feeling Loss Once More

B is my younger brother. He is 67-years-old and one of my best friends. Though we live states apart, we talked on the phone almost every day—sometimes two to three times a day. 480 more words


Let Everyone Play

In 1984, many of us remembered Sally Fields holding onto a coveted Oscar for her role in “Places in the Heart” and declaring, “You like me. 952 more words



Autumnal sunsets, nothing new

Clouds ablaze and sky deep blue

Second looks, few hold dear

There’s other thoughts this time of year

Weather’s changing and holidays soon… 47 more words



pain is prison

a solitaire cell

pharmaceutical keys

don’t fit all its locks

a life sentence

imposed I suppose

by bad choices

genetics and one… 62 more words


Tues. Oct. 25, 2016: Writing, Traveling, Interviewing, Nano Musings

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Waning Moon
Cloudy and cold

I haven’t meant to abandon the blog the past few days. A lot is going on, and only some of it can be discussed. 1,492 more words

InnovAge Nurse VanDerMeulen Loves PACE so Much, It’s Become a Habit

By Christina Pope

When Lacey VanDerMeulen moved to Colorado from Battle Creek, Michigan, two years ago, she was sad to leave behind her job with the CentraCare PACE program there. 321 more words