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Liminal Space

“It’s 2018, everyone has a blog!”

So life got in the way a little. I should address that my previous and only post is dated almost three years ago and I didn’t do what I vowed I would – track my final year as a literature student.

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Literature

SilverKris Lounge

I would’ve described a typical entitled whinge about there not being a SilverKris lounge in Terminal 1 and how we had to traipse from 3 to 1 back to 3 to find a shower but, according to the Sedaris book I’ve half read now, such complaints are commonplace and tiresome to others.   215 more words

Travel

Standing in Liminal Space

I stand in liminal space – in the space between what was and what will become. I’m oddly at ease here; I know I mustn’t tarry, though it is gently restful.  765 more words

Gratitude

Embracing Your Daughter's Killer: The Freedom of Radical Forgiveness (Betwixt Podcast)

I am so thankful to my friend Deb Gregory for the wonderful podcast she created, Betwixt.  I encourage you to subscribe, listen from the beginning and learn about the wonders of liminal space. 35 more words

"liminal edgings" by Savannah Slone

Savannah Slone is a queer writer who earned her B.A. in English: Professional and Creative Writing from Central Washington University and is completing her M.F.A. in Writing at Lindenwood University. 106 more words

Poetry

Forest Rains

I’m sitting out on the screened-in porch listening to the forest prepare for rain. It’s both sensual and removed sharing protected space from most of the elements. 812 more words