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"Happiness hit her like a train on a track"

It’s Labor Day, and everyone’s been rushing to get that last perceived fix of summer. Of course, they’re disregarding that the equinox isn’t for several weeks, much of August has felt like autumn anyway, and with the Midwest’s sense of meteorological humor we’ll end up with a heat wave in October. 385 more words

Tuesday Tunes - One Track Mind

One Track Mind of Mayer Hawthorne is one of those songs that was passed along by a friend and thank god she did. Play this in the morning and you will be on your feet in a sec.

Have an epic Tuesday!!


[blog] Update and #rompthrougheurope

romp – verb \ˈrämp, ˈrȯmp\
: to move, go, or proceed in a quick, easy, or playful way

The past few weeks have been exhausting, happy, frustrating, exciting, and sad; and often more than one of those concurrently.

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September begins World Alzheimer’s Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness, not only for Alzheimer’s but other forms of dementia. There are currently 44 million… 141 more words

It's the Captain's Birthday!

More than anything, presence of other people you love most complete birthday celebrations.

That’s how it is with my family. As long as we’re together, no matter what the activity, a real hug and a shower of kisses make every celebration meaningful. 496 more words


The Silence of the Stars

Ever look up at the stars and smile for no particular reason? The apartment I’ve recently moved into allows rooftop access, complete with some broken chairs and a rickety table on a (mostly) flat gravel roof. 367 more words

To Stop Looking: Latenight Poetry

We keep looking and we need to stop looking.
We look for love,
in people…in places…in things.
We look for inspiration,
in people…in places…in things. 57 more words