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Adrift

I feel adrift, rocking somewhere in a boat and I can’t see the shore. This boat has no oar, no sails, and no anchor. My anchor is gone. I also feel like I’m living two lives right now. One, in … Continue reading

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Where Did Reason Go?

It took two full days to clean, sort, organize and rearrange furniture in my office. I am pleased as punch that I did it, but honestly did not anticipate it taking that much effort. Like many others, I was shocked … Continue reading

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Terrorism

The wind is howling, swirling leaves around the yard in a race to get wedged into some corner for a winter hideout, safe from rakes and compost piles. My house is currently adorned with my granddaughter’s Thanksgiving artwork. In one, … Continue reading

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Alone

Grief, no matter the cause, can strangle a person. You are not alone if you are fighting loneliness and purposelessness day after day. Living alone may feel hopeless, and believe me, the time it takes to adjust and heal can … Continue reading

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Soapboxes and Smiles – It’s Spring

Our Congressmen work 126 days per year. Now, at our country’s inception, that made sense. Our elected leaders traveled to work from their homes via horseback and it took a long time to get to Washington – or Pennsylvania in … Continue reading

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