Monthly Archives: October 2018

I Blame The Hallmark Channel For My Latest Experience

After my dressing up in leather leggings, I stayed home on Saturday relaxing on the couch watching the Hallmark Channel.  I leisurely caught up on the doldrums of adulting.  You know what I mean?  Laundry and bill paying!  Not the most … Continue reading

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A Touch Of Leather

So Friday night I went out to dinner with a long lost cousin of mine.  We reconnected recently which has been nice.  She’s a few years younger than I am, married with kids, but we share a bonding belief in … Continue reading

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I Have A New Trainer!

I have a new trainer at the gym and she’s amazing!  She counts the reps.  She focuses on my posture.  She talks with me.  She is encouraging and she pushes me to my limits.  We laugh and joke!  What a … Continue reading

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I Love Dogs

There’s something about dogs…I love all animals, but dogs are special.  I wish I could have a big dog, but that’s not possible at this time in my life.  I just became an empty nester and I’m getting used to … Continue reading

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Twelve Notes

I really like what Sam Elliott says below in the movie, A Star Is Born.  It makes perfect sense to me and since I adore music, it feels even more poignant to me. Over the years, I’ve written poetry, but … Continue reading

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Weather, It’s An Illness

I have been battling migraines for the last few days.  Just like the barometer that can’t seem to find a steady zone in which to stay, my head goes from feeling fine to excruciating migraines.  It doesn’t help that the … Continue reading

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When You Are Scared To Speak Up

After more than two decades of marriage, it became easier to allow my former husband’s happiness to matter more than my own.  It was an unhealthy pattern.  And I blame myself for allowing it. I didn’t speak up because I … Continue reading

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