Category Archives: friendship

My Collage 

A hodgepodge of photos in frames make up my collage My collection of memories haphazardly grouped together that make a statement of my life and family Joined together by love and memories Reflected in glass and time

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Write Again

My writing friend, J L Stratton has been writing daily haikus and (thanks to him) now I’m writing too. Check out his blog at http://www.jlstratton.com Thanks my writing friend for needed motivation Now I can write again

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Dreams vs Reality

Once upon a time I had a dream to become a great writer; to have a movie that I had written screened in theaters every where; to be immortal. (Yes I know, but we all have dreams and let’s face … Continue reading

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True Friendship’s Price

True Friendship is priceless, you think, but if you look closely, you’ll realize that’s not so… Take my childhood friend, Barb Gambill (The Gad About) and me. Our friendship has lasted over 55 years; through long term separations (this last … Continue reading

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Hello World

It’s been quite awhile since I blogged. Every time I began, something would happen and I would stop. So many false starts and no finishes, and yet so much happened… That’s what happens in life… curves or barriers in the … Continue reading

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Random Thoughts

With tears I put these jumbled thoughts to paper Trying to decide what to share with friends and family For I do not wish to hurt or worry them as the feelings and dark memories flow Perhaps it is just … Continue reading

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Mailbox Musings

Walked to the mailbox and hoped to see a letter with happy news or some money. Neither was found; just more bills to ponder and worry over. No wonder I rarely venture out to the box. Just can’t stand the … Continue reading

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