Tag Archives: musings

It’s a Good Life

I grew up with a lot of insecurities. I was a chubby child. I couldn’t buy ‘regular’ clothes. I had to wear ‘chubby’ sizes. And I wore glasses when that was not so commonplace. I was pointed at and stared at. … Continue reading

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How to cope with the big “C”

It is everywhere. We all hear about it almost every day. All of us have been touched by the death of someone close or someone we know. And despite that, we assume it won’t touch us or our family. It is always unexpected. Continue reading

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Small Update

I find myself not writing because my world is so small and self involved that I can’t imagine anyone interested in reading about my day. But there are a few of you out there who sometimes ask how I am … Continue reading

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Pens & pencils or keyboard? The road to discovery…

I read a post about handwritten writing. I remember keeping notebooks to write in. I collected spiral notebooks. I touched the crisp pages and envisioned writing something amazing. And I would collect pencils. I loved the darkness of the lead … Continue reading

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Political correctness

I just read a blog on political correctness. It wasn’t about politics, but about how people perceive who and what we are based on our words and the judgements they make. That got me to thinking. Are we responsible for … Continue reading

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Sunday rambles

Sunday is usually the end of my week. Hubby is off and around and it is my day for my weekly weigh in. I sometimes sleep a little later and get up a little later. I’ll watch sunday Mass on … Continue reading

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I’ve lived a sheltered life!

I have lived a sheltered life. Mostly out of fear, but somewhat out of lack of opportunity. I grew up feeling I was different, always on the outside looking in at the ‘popular’ or ‘cool’ or ‘beautiful’ people. I never fit … Continue reading

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What do you wish you had never thrown away?

When I was a kid, 50+ years ago, I was a comic book freak. I bought each new edition when they came out. I loved Superman, Superboy, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batman, and the Justice League. I read them voraciously and … Continue reading

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The Heat is really getting to me!

The news is consistently telling us to be careful, drink plenty of water and don’t spend a lot of time out in the sun. They recommend you pay special attention to the young and the elderly who are more susceptible. … Continue reading

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If the Titanic sank today, here’s how the President, the media and Wall Street would spin it (satire) «

If the Titanic sank today, here’s how the President, the media and Wall Street would spin it (satire) «.  If you haven’t read this blog…it is well worth the read! It is insightful and hilarious! Be ready for a little … Continue reading

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Remembering Daddy

I’ve read a few posts on Dads and Father’s Day.  Klove radio was asking all week what you remembered learning from your father. It got me to thinking. My dad died right before my 40th birthday, so it has been 22 … Continue reading

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