Monthly Archives: September 2016

World in a Blur

When our small world changes it is easy to have things fall behind. September has sailed past in a blur. I thought I was so together. I was reading, walking, going to cardiac rehab, and working a bit. I was … Continue reading

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Daily Tasks with Stories

We fill our days with so many events, activities and tasks. We hurry from place to place, from shopping to work to the coffee shop and back again. Even those of us who are retired can get caught up in … Continue reading

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Sit still and watch the rain

It is a dark rainy morning in early September and I am now fully two weeks out from a heart attack. They fixed my heart! Right? I should be good to go but there is the small issue of the … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading? fiction as always

I joined the group of people reading Summerlost by Ally Condie. ┬áThis is a great middle school read with warmth, friendship loss, sadness and renewal. Condie has lots of young adult books out but this is the first I have … Continue reading

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