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G Is For Giving Up; H Is For Healing

As many of you have noticed, I stopped my daily blog entries before I could even get halfway though the A To Z Challenge. It is a lovely idea and a great group of people; I just honestly had no idea when I started this project in April that I’d also end up tackling a […]

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E Is For Emergency; F Is For Failure

I have been quite disappointed in myself, after making the commitment to do the A To Z challenge, that I was unable to keep up with it this week. It is particularly disappointing because I’ve already blogged about my tendency not to complete things and to be hard on myself when I do not succeed […]

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D Is For Dollanganger, And You Read Those Books Too.

When I was a little girl, I learned to read at a very early age, around two. I was already a very verbally precocious child; I learned to speak very early on, and by two, loved to sing almost anything. So, when I started “reading books” to people around me, my parents of course thought […]

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C Is For Cookie, And That’s Good Enough For Me…

“Average. It was the worst, most disgusting word in the English language. Nothing meaningful or worthwhile ever came from that word.” ― Portia de Rossi, Unbearable Lightness: A Story of Loss and Gain Today, I wasn’t feeling entirely well, and while I was resting and thinking about what today’s blog topic should be, I drew […]

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B Is For Beach, And What I Wouldn’t Give To Return….

Before I start today’s blog, which is about my love of the beach, a quick note about yesterday’s. The Guy I Am Currently Dating shared my link with Amanda Palmer’s Twitter account, and it was retweeted!! It was really awesome to see people come to visit this page because I talked about the book and […]

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Amanda Palmer’s Art Of Asking, And The A-Z Challenge!

Some of you may have noticed I haven’t been blogging much lately, and that some of my older posts are no longer with us. Sadly, for the 3rd time in nearly 16 years of blogging, I lost my blog and all of my entries. The Guy I Am Currently Dating was determined to save my […]

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Under reconstruction

Working to get v3 back soon 🙂

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Y Is For Youth, And Ode To The Trolls! :)

You may have noticed there haven’t been too many articles promoting my writing, interviews, and other creative projects. Sadly, I think the illness that’s kept me inside has robbed me of a good deal of inspiration. There are so many blank pages staring back at me. 🙁 Fortunately, I think I went and broke the […]

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The Art Of Caring Less And Appreciating More…

Today, I came across an article on Facebook that really resonated with me. It was by someone who didn’t believe in pressure and limitation of New Year’s Resolutions, and just wanted to be a happier individual that didn’t obsess over things that really don’t matter that much. So, instead of creating a bucket list, she […]

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Learning To Be Ordinary….

So far, I must say that 2014 has been off to a less-than-stellar start, despite all my determination that the upcoming year was going to be an unforgettable year of adventure, and the best year yet. Sometimes I suspect that there’s a small black cloud of doom that follows me around; if something negative is […]

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