- Shame and Letting Go
- Celebrate Bartleby: The 1st to Occupy Wall Street
- Occupied in Spirit
- Time to Write
- Reflecting: Unemployment w/o Regret
- FINALLY, A JOB!
- Stepping In It, the Country Way
- Truckin’ On
- Life’s Maze
- Ding and Helen Turn Paparazzi
- Beach Days
- Traveling Through the Night
- Morning Thoughts
- Leaving a Full-House Behind
- A Job – NOT!
- Want to See an Ass?
- The Transformation
- The Compromised Vacation
- Tastefully Dressed
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Monthly Archives: March 2011
The craziest thing happened today. I was wishing I had a camera. I hate taking pictures. But I saw something I wanted to share, something I probably couldn’t adequately describe. There is a blog I want to ping off having … Continue reading
One of my motivation for planting the garden has always been: fighting the extra pounds I put on each winter. Sure eating increased amounts of fruits and vegetables always helps to regulate your system but it is the physical activity … Continue reading
Image: fightpink.org I’ve done all I can. It’s not that I don’t care, I do. I need some time for other things. I promise to be back soon.
It had become apparent to me that the ‘freshie’ was no longer going to school. She would be a high school drop-out. I struggled, off and on, from twenty-five to forty-eight years old, to earn first an Associate degree and … Continue reading
How can it be that I have too much time on my hands and at the same time: not enough. I spent the morning catching up on blogs that I subscribe to, reading daily posts and even their writings from … Continue reading
We’re all friends, right? I think that’s what you have to call it when we open up our hearts like we do, sharing our secrets and perspective on life. We have our subscriptions and try to faithfully follow the lives … Continue reading
How can I criticize the progress made toward equal rights for women? We have it all, right? We have a place in the workforce. Oh, that’s right, this economic recovery has put men back to work, not women. More women … Continue reading