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spring is in the air

And so is my ass and Murray’s hind feet, more often than not this last week.

Okay, okay, I kid.  His hind feet are only in the air a few times per ride, but it’s alarmingly similar to the epic dressage battle he waged with BM’s kid last year. 2,064 more words

Murray

When I think I'm running

Faltered foot frantically places

Itself in-front of the other,

Searching for a time or space;

Searching for another.

Unsure of how the next step will go, 50 more words

New opportunities may come my way (Posted late on 03/01 from 02/27)

Thanks to family and friends, my business continues to prosper. I absolutely love what I do and I don’t mind saying it! It must be evident, because some very wonderful folks are passing my name and business information onto others that are looking for help with their elderly loved ones. 178 more words

Elderly Care

mind your change

‘mind your change!’ the clinking in his head seemed to say
‘you haven’t lost your mind’
‘it’s only gone away’

‘change your mind!’ the clanging bell clunged… 13 more words

Poetry

The Self Awareness of The Conscious Mind

Lucas Cranach the Elder, Adam and Eve, 1526

“For God knows that in the day you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” When the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was desirable to make one wise, she took from its fruit and ate; and she gave also to her husband with her, and he ate. 2,351 more words

Art And The Conscious Mind

Regression

Is it okay to fear regression?

I have progressed before, but always somehow managed to fall back.

So now, this happiness seems false.

Get over your privileged optimism comfort zone

My current boss belongs to the “unshakable optimist” category of people. I understand that the world needs both types of people, the optimists, who enthusiastically keep things going, because they believe it’s all going the right way (and don’t care about or downplay the things that are not entirely in line with their positive world view) and the pessimists or critical skeptics, who constantly warn and remind of all the things the optimists notoriously want to forget about.  1,041 more words

Critical Thinking