Monthly Archives: March 2016

Wednesday Poetry – Cancer’s Vacation

Cancer’s Vacation Where would cancer go for a vacation? Would it fly to Hawaii and stroll on the beach? Would it send me a post card or bring me back a t-shirt? While it was gone, would I feel better, … Continue reading

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One Left

I hate editing. I suspect I am not alone in that feeling.  It’s a bit like going to the dentist.  It’s needed and your teeth will be healthier when you’re done, but no one likes having hoses, tools and fingers … Continue reading

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Friday Wisdom – Gate

“Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates: At the first gate, ask yourself “Is is true?” At the second gate ask, “Is it necessary?” At the third gate ask, “Is it kind?” A Facebook friend shared the … Continue reading

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Wednesday – Quilting

Here it is “my” quilt: Well, mostly my quilt.  This is a quilt I started about ten years ago as part of a men’s quilting class.  I picked the fabric and sewed most of the blocks and then like so … Continue reading

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