Author Archives: Victoria Yeary

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When Love Takes You In

When Love takes you in When Love Takes You in is an amazing love song written and sung by Steven Curtis Chapman.  I have included a link above to the music and the words below.  I chose this to write … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Humor

He makes me laugh! His wit and humor strikes something deep within me, jiggles my insides, and gives me insight into his intelligence- how he sees the world. I’m in as much anticipation of how he will delight my funny … Continue reading

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The River of Forgetfulness In honor of Virginia Woolf’s 136th Birthday.

Originally posted on Victoria Yeary:
The writer Virginia Woolf saw beyond the ordinary. She was authentic in her work, in describing the world around her. And her words became the palette in which she painted truth regarding women in the…

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Finding Christmas Joy in a Gingerbread Latte

No, you cannot find real Christmas joy in a gingerbread latte or a peppermint mocha. But just as many items and icons represent this important holiday, I do believe a Christmas latte shares the space. When I think of the … Continue reading

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Love and Sunsets

You hang in little spaces like motes on an afternoon shaft of light. Floating and yet, I cannot catch you or find a surface big enough where you will land to examine what or who you are. A brief brilliance … Continue reading

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Distance and Differences- a Way to Intimacy

Rainer Maria Wilke:    Once the realization is accepted that even between the closest human beings infinite distances continue, a wonderful living side by side can grow, if they succeed in loving the distance between them which makes it possible for … Continue reading

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XOXO Sad Love Songs

How can I be sitting somewhere and listen to a theme song from a movie and just feel the sadness oozing out of it? Is it because I have seen the movie? Is it because I attach the situation immediately … Continue reading

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