Tags » Stubbornness

Optimists

Yes, I’m a die-hard one. Occasionally I turn cynical or negative if someone is acting badly toward my family. I see it as being pragmatic, seeing the other side of the coin and doing what is necessary to fix the issue. 914 more words

Editorial

I can do it on my own

I was always a stubborn child. I would never let anyone help me do anything, I wanted to do everything on my own. I can remember being 6 years old my hands covered in cactus from jumping off an old windmill. 218 more words

Surviving with Stubbornness

It’s getting to that time of year when everyone – it seems – is ill. Noses are running. The shops are struggling to keep up with the demand of Night Nurse and Lemsips. 663 more words

Uterus Is Not Cuterus

Perception

We come upon a young man torn between what he perceives of “the other” and that omniscient narrator of life who’s commonly referred to as Reality, the amalgamation of infinite facets colliding into an image of total clarity, the entire spectrum condensing itself into a single voice and vision suitable to whichever moment or viewpoint happens to summon it for selfish purposes. 115 more words

Poetry

Mom's Theme "I'll Do It My Way!"

Mom’s name could very well be Francine Sinatra, the female equivalent to Frank Sinatra.  I’m sure her new outlook on life at this time in her life is “I’ll do it MY way!”.  595 more words

Anticipatory Grief

Fighting with Fans

I spent a lot of time messing with this greenhouse fan – a lot, like the better part of three days. I googled a million things, I texted my friend who is an electrical engineer, I twisted and untwisted and retwisted wires (luckily without electrocuting myself), I emailed the old owners, and I called the manufacturer. 511 more words

Greenhouse

The Futility of Fighting God’s Plans.

Jeremiah said to all the people and all the women, “Hear the word of the Lord, all you of Judah who are in the land of Egypt. 1,593 more words

Judah