Steven King #FridayPhilosophy

"Life is like a wheel. Sooner or later it always comes around to where you started again." ~ Steven King

Another Day #MondayBlogs

How long does life wait? As we hold fast, dreaming of another day. In the bustle of the every day, rushing through each moment, always on the go, go, go. When will there be another day? I can see the quiet refuge, calling me home. Yet I cannot return, with still more to do. How … Continue reading Another Day #MondayBlogs

Sometimes You Can Do Everything Right ~ #MondayBlogs

And it won't matter in ways that you can see it. It can leave you frustrated, scared, lost... Pick an adjective, any one will do. But that doesn't matter, does it? We all know that if we just follow those "right" things, everything will just flow in the way it's supposed to. The problem there … Continue reading Sometimes You Can Do Everything Right ~ #MondayBlogs

The End ~ #MondayBlogs

There are days the veil has left and I stand face-to-face with what comes after and there are nights where a whisper reminds me of the moments that brought me to that precipice and held me suspended between two worlds Knowledge is a dangerous power and foreseeing a cursed gift but for the fear that … Continue reading The End ~ #MondayBlogs

Reasons vs. Excuses…#MondayBlogs

Reason: a cause, explanation, or justification for an event ( Excuse: a reason or explanation put forward to defend or justify a fault or offense ( It seems that reasons and excuses are used nearly interchangeably these days. They aren't the same. A reason, under my own understanding of that formal definition above, is a … Continue reading Reasons vs. Excuses…#MondayBlogs

The Divinity of Nature…

Drinking my coffee this morning, in a tiny break from the strange humidity we have been having out here, I found myself not consciously thinking of gratitude - just feeling it. Between the mourning doves starting their morning conversations, and the sunrise viewed through the pepper tree, and the general quiet of the neighborhood, I … Continue reading The Divinity of Nature…