Sunday, 19 March 2017

March 19, 2017 by - 2 Comments

    Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence. –Helen Keller   Sometimes it’s hard to have confidence. Optimism and even a tentative faith in ourselves goes a long way to the getting of it. Have a blessed week!   March 18th  Words Journal: 0  words Long …Read More

Saturday Serendipity, 18 March 2017

March 18, 2017 by - 6 Comments
Every Saturday, Rain or Shine

        We’re all over the place this week. So much serendipity…   Sleep. It’s a Very Good Thing. We love the show, Broadchurch, and I can’t wait for the next season to get over here. But apparently there is a huge tea kerfuffle brewing. I read Neil Gaiman’s American Gods years ago, …Read More

What’s Your Personality Type?

March 17, 2017 by - 2 Comments

    Have you ever taken a Myers-Briggs Personality Test? The test used to be a complete mystery to me, administered by therapists and researchers. But with the Great God Internet, it’s now available to anyone who wants to do a bit of self-psychoanalysis and personality study often for free, or for just a few …Read More

Thank You, I’m Flattered

March 15, 2017 by - 4 Comments

      Doesn’t flattery crack you up? The other day I went to my favorite skin care store, L’Occitane (said Lox-Ee-Tahn, according to their website), to resupply my daily, ridiculously expensive regimen. The regimen is one of my luxuries/vices. I don’t drink, smoke, or shop for fun–we all have to indulge in something, right? …Read More

Change is Hard, Says Barbie

March 13, 2017 by - 4 Comments

  Once upon a time, I imagined I was a patient person, but it really was just my imagination. I’m impulsive. I want things now, now, now. Particularly I want to be able to change my life, change my circumstances, change my appearance, or change my career to respond to any desire I might have. …Read More

Baseless Fears? The Kid in Me Says Otherwise.

March 10, 2017 by -

One of the reasons I write stories with crimes in them is that I have, in my life, been afraid of many things. Fears evolve: the things that frighten us when we are children often turn out to not have been a big deal at all. Children are a small presence in a big, alarming …Read More

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