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Each day I coax myself moment by moment, just a little closer to being comfortable in my own home – completely comfortable – and doing things that make me happy. Even those things I know I need to do whether I like it or not have taken on a feeling of accomplishment rather than drudgery. … Continue reading

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I Lost My Thrill

From one moment to the next my heart goes from lonely and sad to satisfied and relieved to worried and guilty to hopeful and content.  All between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 11:p.m. I used to love roller coasters when I was kid.  They were exhilarating, exciting, and made me feel like I could … Continue reading

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Sojourn to Freedom – Day Two

Just when I think I’ve got everything figured out, everything decides to remind me that I’m not in charge.   And thank you God (my main Everything) for reminding me. Because when I start to think I’ve taken over – that’s when my life tends to get screwed up. Speaking of “everything”, that’s what attitude is.  … Continue reading

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Dream or Destiny?

Years ago… I was asked to close my eyes and imagine who I wanted to be when I’m old woman. Today as I face the end of a relationship, I also know I am at the beginning of another chapter in my life that might reflect that image. I pictured myself living alone, and very … Continue reading

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Moving together (based on sculpture by Herb Ritts)

A relationship that is balanced, that is healthy for both partners, that moves with grace and respect for the way each individual moves. That is a right relationship. That is art. That is what love should be. Never settle for less than art…              …in love.

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Moms and Daughters

My oldest daughter and I are participating in our first art walk tomorrow, and will share and hopefully sell some of our work.  We both love to create, and to be able to spend an afternoon together, mom and daughter, in the spirit of creativity… that’s the kind of experience true joy is made of. … Continue reading

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