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Commit – Continued.

 So, January happened. I considered writing a post about “how to write while the world is effed up”, but there are already lots of posts out there like that and let’s be real, though they might be doing wonders for … Continue reading

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It’s All About Taste

My cousin posted a video clip from So You Think You Can Dance on Facebook sharing how moved he was by it. So of course I’m checking it out, assuming I will be, too. Except I wasn’t. I mean, it … Continue reading

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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff – Celebrate It

Have you had any of those moments recently when you suddenly just smiled and thought, “Life is beautiful”? I feel like the last several days have been full of these moments, and I thought I’d share them with you. Here … Continue reading

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Listen to the Muse-ic

I tweeted this last night: “SO CLOSE I CAN ALMOST TASTE IT. That is, if writing and endings were taste-able.” One friend suggested it might taste like the best kind of chocolate. I offered that it might be a fountain … Continue reading

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Diversionary Tactics

STUCK. I’ve been there. It’s a popular place to be. But it’s kind of like diet popular or sagging pants popular – you don’t really want to be there and it isn’t comfortable at all. And yet, as writers (of … Continue reading

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I Missed You

My friend Tory sent me a link a couple of days ago for Joshua Radin’s new song, “I Missed You”. I have a couple other songs of his, but this one really caught me at the right moment. Only a … Continue reading

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Playing to My Strengths Strength

Just a couple of days ago, we attended a family event that was housed in the party room of an apartment building. The apartment building of an aunt on my husband’s side who is 70+ years old and has never … Continue reading

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