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Bearing the weight

Not undertaken lightly

she knows the risk to her heart

to give so much of herself away

to trust implicitly

to let go and immerse herself in another. 87 more words

My Writing

Moving Target.

During various periods of my life and development, I have felt like a victim.  As a small child, when I was overweight and getting teased a lot at school, I felt like I was victimized.   457 more words

Beth's blog

I started the year with a new resolution (I never make them usually) to try and say yes to things a bit more. I think it’s often easier to say no and hide away from being sociable, for me it is anyway. 502 more words

AIRR Clothing


“I don’t know who –or what–put the question, I don’t know when it was put.  I don’t even remember answering.  But at some moment I did answer “Yes” to Someone or something.   31 more words

Life's Journey

Legacy (Los Altos Town Crier, June 2016)

A few weeks ago I attended a couple of celebrations which set me thinking.

The first was a reunion of  my high school alumni and faculty members from the ‘50’s, 60’s and 70’s  , a picnic where students had a chance to tell some of their teachers  as well as each other how things they had learned decades ago had affected their lives. 590 more words


Living the "Yes" life.

I know it’s been a while since I posted.  I’ve been pretty busy.  Yes, yes, I know that is what everyone says, but in this case, it’s true!   767 more words


Saying "yes" rather than "no"!

In describing me as a young girl, no one would have used the term “risk taker”. Even into adulthood no one would have used the term “bold and brave” in describing the way in which I’d chosen to live my life.  417 more words