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Pieces of me

Inspiration for those who warrior on

Here I am again being a writer who doesn’t write. Picking up the pen and then dropping it before its energy singes my fingers. Picking up the pen and tapping the unusable end on the paper, because that’s safe enough. There are words in my head, mind you. Always so many words. Some even congregate …

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I had taken the rare opportunity to attend a matinee showing of The Greatest Showman with some girlfriends. It happened to be on the same day that my daughter’s bunny was released from the hospital following his neuter. Two unusual events for which I did not adequately plan. I sat in my van after the movie …

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Let me be the one to tell you: what “they’ve done” DOESN’T MATTER. It has nothing to do with YOU. You are the only one who controls your destiny. Only you can do the best for yourself.

Whatever you have faith in is only as big as you give it power to be in your life. If you want to shrink the power of the Universe down to be smaller than your fear, you can do that.

My mom babysat a few kids when I was 5. If memory serves, there was a little girl named Rachel, a chubby toddler whom we called Shawny Boy, and a very busy little boy named Matthew. There were others, but I don’t remember their names. I also don’t remember whose diaper it was that I …

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June and summer are approaching! What better time to introduce something new to the blog? #30daysofGrowth In June, I’m going to add content every day, and each post will be about a habit to increase happiness! This past weekend, the children were away, and I got to spend a blissful Sunday morning sleeping in. Enjoying …

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Shortly after writing Drop the Rope, I had an acquaintance call me up and as the saying goes, “rip me a new one.” She believes she has suffered a great injustice and I had some culpability in the matter. I get off the phone, shaking and beginning to cry. I thought, ok, God, I guess …

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I had taken the rare opportunity to attend a matinee showing of The Greatest Showman with some girlfriends. It happened to be on the same day that my daughter’s bunny was released from the hospital following his neuter. Two unusual events for which I did not adequately plan. I sat in my van after the movie …

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