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August Eighth of the Year 2021; If I Could ask for a Gift In This my Month of Birth

Courage. I would ask for courage to stand up against the things that I see that are wrong. To stand with those already on the front lines, standing with determination and strength. To stand with those, who have educated themselves … Continue reading

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Day 200; Footnotes of a Tale of Two Dogs and A Lesson on Fear

Lets begin tonight with a tale of two dogs. I have to look up the paperwork for actual birthdays, but Bella is around 8 and Molly 2 years old. The older Bella gets, the more grumpy and ‘don’t touch me’ … Continue reading

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Day119; Footnotes of What is the Wind and Other Scary Things

  Poor Molly. She is going to be an absolute nervous wreck. The wind has blown almost constantly, all day today.  Molly, for reasons unknown to me, is terrified of the wind. It has been rare in my life when … Continue reading

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April Twentieth; Dealing With Those Insecure Feelings

Where am I? I’m sitting here in my usual spot. I’m enjoying the reading of the words of others, I’m listening to the birds and I’m finishing up a pot of coffee. I fed the cats earlier, still no sign … Continue reading

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April Fifteenth; Be Brave

What does it mean to be brave? The definition is readily available; https://www.dictionary.com/browse/brave  but does this go far enough? What about we go one step further, https://www.dictionary.com/browse/courage. Are some people born with a more innate inclination to be brave? Does their … Continue reading

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Day Sixty-four; Footnotes of You’ll Not Beat Me

 Last night I asked my son to get the stove pipe off the wood stove. I knew it needed to be cleaned out because the stove wasn’t drafting properly. I told him that if he would take it off, I … Continue reading

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Is Someone Trying to Tell me Something?

Its taken what seems like forever, but I finally got through all of my email notifications. Most are from the blogs I follow. Every one of them with something to share.  Today especially it seems. I lost track of how many … Continue reading

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January Nineteenth; Footnotes of a Learning Curve Along a New Trail

  I’ve made mention many times that we are always learning something. Many times whether we want to, are seeking it, or not. I got handed several lessons today, and they pretty much covered the board. Now, as I sit … Continue reading

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Day 338; Footnotes of Nothing Good Comes Easy

Or, did that tire really just go suddenly flat? I recently became friends with someone who like me, deals with the lonely days of being left alone when a spouse dies. We had spent an evening not long ago, enjoying … Continue reading

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November Eighth- Daring to Try

 My son still calls and considers me a recluse. I promised him I would try and get out more and actually talk with people. Today, I took another step toward keeping that promise .I belong to a Jeep club that … Continue reading

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