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Like the leaves twirling ’round Until they eventually reach the ground The mosaic seen when all’s serene Where one assumes clutter, this mind sees clearly The blessings, treasures and things held most dearly.
“I made decisions that I regret, and I took them as learning experiences… I’m human, not perfect, like anybody else.” ~Queen Latifah
“Gratitude is when memory is stored in the heart and not in the mind.” ~ Lionel Hampton
…or how I manage to find new ways to get into/create ‘trouble’. The photo’s a repeat that currently represents the borrowed library book collection spiraling out of control, toppling into my writing corner. What’s sad is that none of the … Continue reading
Today is King Tut day. Not exactly my favorite person, nor is Egyptian history of interest to me. Saturday was Book Lover’s Day – can’t believe I almost missed that. Spent the day divided between: The Sketchbook Fiction Project The Sketchbook Project … Continue reading
A calm scene after the storm.
Spinning Day two, fresh and anew. Stories unfold as leaves of gold descent to the ground (Unless you’re on the other side of the equator, Where seasons are turned around.) The winds pick up speed While writers refill coffee cups … Continue reading