Monthly Archives: February 2013

Croaker and Norge

So, here I am in Virginia, reveling in the humidity which is so nice for my skin and hair, immersing myself in a place that has over four hundred years of American history. Having Native American heritage myself, I was … Continue reading

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The Capitol

Hello everyone. I am writing from Virginia and I have to tell you, yesterday was one of the most thrilling days of my life. No, not Disney, I went to Washington DC. I cannot wait to go back and I … Continue reading

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Snow Shovel

Sometimes, things go wrong and it hasn’t mattered that I did everything right, and then there are other times that despite what I’ve done, things fall wonderfully into place and I am amazed. Is it coincidence? Circumstances? Prayer? Good Vibes? … Continue reading

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A Maze

Have you ever found yourself in one of those life mazes that aren’t easy to navigate? I recently took a stroll through one of melancholy and sadness. Now, I already knew what it feels like to be sad, but it … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

I looked out my window this morning and did not see hearts or flowers. I saw snow and ice. I’m normally not a valentine sort of gal although I do love dark chocolate and pretty flowers, so instead of sending … Continue reading

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Updated

I had to have a young man help me with computer technology the other day. He was a pleasure to work with and quickly figured things out, in fact, he did a lot more than I even anticipated accomplishing. My … Continue reading

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The Peace of my Silence

One of the life lessons I have struggled to master in recent years is my need to control things or fix things. I have been saying that I am getting better at letting go, and for the most part, I … Continue reading

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