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Poem - On the Loss of a Loved One.

A Time of Sadness.

by Thoughts of a SeniorCitizen

I have been clearing out some of my many years of accumulated junk and came across a sympathy card sent to me , when my husband died. 224 more words

Thoughts Of Puzzled Mind.

Blended Bloom by Guest Designer

 Today’s post is featuring a guest designer, Sherry Rider from Westerville Ohio.  Sherry created a beautiful sympathy card showcasing the Blended Bloom #135906 wood mount single stamp.  40 more words



Since I’ve been writing this blog, I’ve steered away from political discussions. I’ve never really seen myself as a political creature, but, as I’ve grown older and as I’ve taught longer, I’ve noticed that I, and people in general, are going to have to be more politically active in order to attain a culture in which they want their children to live. 816 more words

Sending Prayers & Love

I had been putting off making this card for weeks because sympathy cards are my least favorite to make.  I always find myself at a loss for words in these situations, because what can one really say to make things “better?”  I decided to focus on just being an available support system in this scenario and then a card idea finally blossomed… 329 more words


Human Nature... Our Enemy or Ally?

“I think human nature is the enemy. It’s human nature to keep secrets, lie, steal, and I want to eradicate that. That’s how we’ll maintain a stable, peaceful society.” – from the film “ 182 more words

Common Courtesy

God, it’s been a long time since I’ve been on here! Honestly, life just gets in the way and before I know it, it’s been three months since my last post! 935 more words

Random Thoughts And Feelings

Brené Brown on Empathy vs Sympathy

Brene Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.