Monthly Archives: November 2014

Sometimes There Are No Words

Sometimes there are no words, just a tugging feeling down deep in the gut. These are the words that were in my mind as I left work this weekend. As I was leaving work, I looked over to my left … Continue reading

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Grandma’s Shoes – Again

Last night I woke at three in the morning and I was lying there thinking about my grandmother. For some reason, I started thinking again about the shoes she used to wear. Grandma used to take old shoes and cut … Continue reading

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Play on Jazz Man. Play on.

Today my heart was broken as I learned of the passing of one of my son’s former band directors. James’ jazz band instructor, like all of his band directors, poured into my son’s life in a way that let me … Continue reading

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A Poem for You

For the friend who told me she’s losing faith in love… Don’t Fall for Love that Doesn’t Fall for You By Rosalind Guy Why do you keep knocking on doors you know will never be opened to you? Doors that … Continue reading

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Struggling to Find Your Treasure

“People are capable, at any time in their lives, of doing what they dream of.” –Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist I just finished reading the book, The Alchemist by Coelho. The story, like many of Coelho’s stories, touched me deeply. After … Continue reading

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