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Running on Empty

This week my wife told me her car needed gas. She said it was almost empty. I asked her how close it was and she told me the odometer said it had a range of 15 miles! 75 more words

Haiku

Not Born To Be Wild

Some come out kicking and screaming

Living on the edge all of their life

But that is not me

Cautious and careful is my mantra… 183 more words

Poetry

Writing Prompt Wednesday

Living on the Edge

Dressed to impress they don’t go unnoticed. Or do they want to blend with the crowd? Is it a statement they are wanting to make? 32 more words

Inspiration

The Average Salary of Design and Tech

The major areas in the production of Theatre are the Technician, Costume Designer, Production Manager and Stage Manager. Their salaries vary in many different ways. For a technical Designer – $70,129. 14 more words

LIVING FREE

Along the Road: Day Thirty`Six

Around the fire
the travelers listened
to the mountaineer’s tale
he held in his hands a yew pole
onto which were branded
the names & heights… 84 more words

Poetry

Are You Living on the Edge?

Recently a good friend of mine asked me to write a blog post on how to manage time and navigate the complexities of life and mental wellness.   1,655 more words

Wednesday What Is It?

Living on the Edge

A GoPro Self-portrait taken on the cliff by Bondi beach in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 8 more words

Travel

Gordon C. Stewart reblogged this on Views from the Edge and commented:

An email from Joshi Daniel Photography arrived today, the first anniversary of the publication of 40,000 words. Searching back into the site’s archives, Joshi’s self-portrait “Living on the Edge” seemed to capture the sense of the 40,000 words of Be Still! in one photograph. Joshi and I share a heritage. We are both preacher’s kids who met at The College of Wooster where Joshi was a student. Joshi perched himself on the rock at arms length from my perch on the pulpit of McCaw Chapel. All these years later, Joshi's still living on the edge with photographs worth a thousand words.