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Forever Is Composed of Nows

I began my 2017 summer with a single thought: live in the now. I heard someone respond to that with, "No one can always live in the now." That person was correct, and so very wrong. Over the last few... Continue Reading →

Chameleon

I wrote this on another blog and couldn't decided whether I should share it on that one or this one. I decided on both. I've been circling around a thought the last two months. Yesterday I took the day off... Continue Reading →

Today Means Amen

I can't claim the below poem as my own. If only. It has been on my heart today. I've reread it so many times the last week. Shared it with my husband. With friends. Now I want to share it... Continue Reading →

The Flame

There are days when the whole world just seems to stop. You walk around and you're trying to talk to people but it's as if they're frozen. Or, you're really not there. Those are dark days for me. Days like... Continue Reading →

It Would Happen

I'd like to think I'm a good person, most days. I like to lend a helping hand. I like to give support. I like to help anyone in need to the best of my ability. And that's what happened even... Continue Reading →

The Choice

There is so much I want to say. But, how? How can I effectively articulate both a heart filled with love and a heart bleeding in anguish? How do I explain being happy and sad? How do I bring to... Continue Reading →

I Can’t Help

Depression sucks. I was determined during this 30 day blog blast to make it without falling. Without have to deal with darkness. I am days away from finishing this blog blast and I have found myself a few strings away... Continue Reading →

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