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War Town

Shadow of the war still shivering
I have been there
When the fight roars each corner of the town
Town of regrets
Shades of Smokes… 59 more words


A Bad Case of the Shoulds

I played the trombone in high school.

I enjoyed playing the trombone. I enjoyed playing in the pep band at football games. I enjoyed poking saxophone players with the slide. 619 more words

Faith/Minimalism- If God wants you to have it, you will!

One of the hardest parts of becoming a minimalist is learning to let go of stuff.  I have all the same “What if I need it someday?” or “I might fit into it someday.” thoughts running through my head like everyone else.   505 more words

Zero Waste

Experiments in ... Creative Expression

I thought I’d offer up a little poem today.  This is both to celebrate the bliss of creative expression, and to act as a nod to my continuation down the path of the Road to Minimalism.   183 more words


A must-do before you approach the to-do

Yesterday I sat at the library gazing through a rectangular piece of pink glass as my preschooler exclaimed “Don’t take your goggles off! You have to keep them on all day!”, and I tried to keep a watchful eye of my 15 month old crawling danger lushly close to the fire extinguisher hanging on the wall. 547 more words

Desk Declutter 

Today as I was reaching into my desk at work for a pen, I realized how utterly cluttered and a mess my desk drawer was. 208 more words