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A Letter to My Divorced Self in 2001

I commented on Oneta’s post, Graduation Day, that it made me think about what I’d like to say to my younger self and what my older self might want to say to me, now. 332 more words


You Write It Wednesday 

What made you smile today?

I have enjoyed this week more than most. Spring is definitely in the air and this is day three being stress free. 66 more words


Haiku No. 289: Simmer and Shimmer

A drink on the deck

A meal simmered in laughter

Slow motion shimmer

By Deborah E. Dayen

Picture from Google Images


How to Connect to The Right Friends

As a teenager, connecting to the right friends was one of my biggest challenges.

I grew up with my mom in Kampala, the capital city of Uganda, and my mom was very strict about how we chose friends since most of our neighbor’s teenagers had become pregnant, escaped from their homes and/or got involved in other inappropriate activities. 571 more words


Still She Cries, words & music by Amy Denson 

Everything is blurry now, the past is a faded watercolor dream in the rain

Better keep your vision now, you know you can make it… 242 more words


All Good Things This Morning

Nothing like a good night’s sleep. I was asleep by 9:30, and slept straight through until 5:45 this morning. My cough is gone, I feel rested for the first time in 2 days. 321 more words


A Light, It Shineth

Belongeth us to Him, the King?
Then down on bended knee we bow
Surrendering our total, very being
All we have is forever, now

Sing Oh! 73 more words