Tag Archives: melancholy

The Farm

I made it out to the farm. It is nice to be here at least once during my favorite, colorful season of autumn. Some of the leaves have turned, but some have yet to let go of their chlorophyll. The … Continue reading

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The Cycle

The good smells coming from the kitchen are just killing me. My daughter-in-law is cooking and I cannot wait to partake. After a busy day touring the country yesterday, she and I have stuck close to home today. Nice. Nice. … Continue reading

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Down Range

A quiet house sucks! I needed to get that off my chest. I put my daughter and grandson on the plane this morning so you’ll have to forgive my emotional indulgence. I miss them already but so does my son-in-law. … 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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Cookies & Mirrors

Originally posted on Barbara K Tyner:
We cause our own feelings. That is not to say that an event cannot bring us great joy. It is our choice to let a wonderful time or happening into our hearts and to…

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Cookies & MIrrors

We cause our own feelings. That is not to say that an event cannot bring us great joy. It is our choice to let a wonderful time or happening into our hearts and to react with happiness. So, too, is … Continue reading

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