Category Archives: autobiography

Mother: Being Locked Out From Your Loved One

I’ve started this post several times… About dementia, about sudden changes, and each time I don’t get far and now it has come to this “ending” of sorts. writing about my mom, dementia, grief, the whole thing. “My Mom has … Continue reading

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Cherished Blogfest 2017

The first time I heard a lojong teaching, I took a few notes, scribbled in my journal alongside some architectural building schematic.  I was under twenty-five. In my late twenties I bought “Training the Mind” by Chogyam Trungpa at the … Continue reading

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What’s in A Word?

Elora Nicole’s post moved me so I have gone back and reread it several times. Magical writing, must read. What’s in a Word? It started with a word. I was sitting at a stoplight, praying about my word for 2016. … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Semende, Poet

Lovely poet… please go visit her! Touched me in light of recent losses. To Have a Friend To have a friend is to hear a melody reek amidst a veld. To place your eggs of hope on the selvage of a … Continue reading

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Elephants

I wept… nothing bad, just amazing lady and people doing good work for orphaned elephants.  http://www.dailyliked.net/elephant-orphans/

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WE can do this hard thing….

A thought for the day, as we look into the future of the USA…

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Charlottesville

This is for Linda Hill’s one-liner Wednesday, today’s word is “wordless”.

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