Monthly Archives: February 2013

Names

Is it true what they say about names being descriptors of who you are? Does a name identify or label a person? How important is a name once you know the person? People should pay attention to how names sound … Continue reading

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Ode to Winter

Winter breaks the season in two. The snap of twigs gone dry without their verdant coverings. The crunch of ice on the black top road against the wheels of my car. The blanket of quiet that settles the world in … Continue reading

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Interlude

Interlude: noun, 1. an intervening time, period, or stage 2. a short performance between acts. Today’s missive will be on interlude- a short performance between acts, an intervening time. Interludes are pauses and space to collect my thoughts, to breathe, to reassess … Continue reading

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The Law of Perfection Always Working For You

I was on a first meeting/date a couple of weeks ago with a very interesting man. Now the word interesting is a loaded word. It can be interpreted as I like him, he’s different and interesting, or it can mean He’s … Continue reading

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He’s Not That Into Me

The book title and author Greg Behrendt slapped reality back into women’s romantic illusions of love and men with his book, “He’s Just Not Into You.” This seems to be the mantra for most of the online dates I have … Continue reading

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Post-Valentine

As a single woman this year, I dreaded Valentine’s Day. There is no potential man in the picture, and the one I care for has fled the scene. I knew Valentine’s would remind me of how I would not be … Continue reading

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Beauty, Art and Truth

The Renaissance was an amazing time in history. It was the age of Beauty. Beauty was held as equal to truth. During this period Christianity was the focus as seen through the lenses of Art. The amount of creativity and … Continue reading

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