Category Archives: autobiography

SoCS: All or Nothing

I am glad I am sharing life with Mitchell… We have kittens for our anniversary present to ourselves, and it is not quite what we anticipated. We imagined they’d be in the bathroom for a couple days, then be able … Continue reading

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SoCS: Language

Timed writing, word is language. All I have on my mind is kittens! We have new additions to our family! Okay, they have a language, one I need to learn. I’ve heard the mews and heard him growl — I … Continue reading

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SoCS: Spell

When I first heard Linda’s word for today I thought of hexing or bewitching, or casting a spell.  I’ve felt like the studio was under a spell because of the unusual grumpiness… and certainly we are grumpy due to the … Continue reading

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SoCS: Mu, Wu

I didn’t need to rhyme with moo because mu or wu is familiar to me from my twenty-year-old mixed up college self, when my brother came over dropped off a stack of books about Buddhism and said, “These will serve … Continue reading

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Friendship

The interview below got me thinking about what I want in a friendship. I’ve not put my conscious mind to it in ages… Mitchell is by far my best friend and he is also my loverman… and a man… not … Continue reading

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what is two hours out of your life?

its been a surprising two days. i was hit by a mack truck emotionally — NOT by my husband but someone who i was in a committed relationship with, a friendship. i was told that my angry emotions were unacceptable … Continue reading

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Reframing the negativity…

There are those who may not understand this, but it is a unique way of turning coal into diamonds. I’ve edited to give you where he is going with this and encourage you to read his short post. . My … Continue reading

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