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Writing and You! A Fun Interactive Journey Across the Planes of Existence

When I was in fourth grade, I wrote my first poem. It was for Veterans’ day, and involved some rhyming couplets that really impressed Ms. Greeley (a teacher so old that she remembered having my dad in one of her classes). 384 more words

Keys to the Universe

The very existence of libraries affords the best evidence that we may yet have hope for the future of man.
― T.S. Eliot

I’ve just discovered a lovely…

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It Is

Our store bought notions of glory could only take us so far

Before being ripped from our heads like lice,

And stomped to the floor like protesters on Riot-Police Field Day. 313 more words


The Hopeful Romantic

It’s official. I am a hopeless romantic. Or rather, hopeful romantic, because instead of leading me down a path of despair, my tendency to fall quickly madly deeply generally leaves me buoyant, afloat atop a sea of all things wonderful. 778 more words

Turning for home

Total miles 27.8

Longest run 16. 15 miles

Calories 3590

Bleeding nipples 1 (too much information?!)

An email from the Bournemouth Marathon team today tells me that I have 8 weeks until race day and that I really should be doing plenty of training. 742 more words


Written in Sand, Carved in Stone

I’ve been working my way through the editor’s comments on A Biased Judgement and I’ve started hearing voices. Well, one voice. It says, “This is it. 732 more words


This quote reminds me of how many moments in our lives just slip away unnoticed…because we fail to live in the moment. We worry too much about the future, or let the past imprison us.

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