Category Archives: Thoughts and Poems

A New Leaf

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Live or Live a Life in Fear

Fear is safety’s evil twin. Worry less.  Live more.

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Webbed Feet

The ocean is often referred to in the feminine as sailors have always found the ocean unpredictable, capricious, and cruel. Last summer, after spending fifty-three out of sixty-eight days between the sixth of August and the thirteenth of October on, or in the Atlantic ocean, … Continue reading

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Local Crops.

Whole milk in a glass bottle from healthy cows grazing on acres of green pasture a few miles from my apartment. Hearty breads without preservatives or bleached flour.  Fruits, vegetables and flowers of all colors grown by a passionate farmer.  … Continue reading

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This One Struck Home

I rarely re-post. In fact. I have never re-posted. This one is worth it all the way. http://www.solitarywanderer.com/2012/02/date-a-girl-who-travels/

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Walk of Life

At times I wish I could follow the beaten path, where routine is king and every day life of family dinners and soccer practice rules. Bushwhacking through life is exhausting, but when that single ray of light or the end of … Continue reading

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Autumnal Equinox – SO WHAT?

According to the almanac here in the northern hemisphere, yesterday was the autumnal equinox, or the first day of fall, the day when the sun crosses directly over the Earth’s equator on his way south, and both day and night are … Continue reading

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