Tag Archives: Honoring

LETTING WINTER VISION IN

What can I say? The rain, the snow this time of year will have their sway. Much needed, but, in some places, overbleeded, to form a flood with tons of mud which washes homes and sends some folks to early … Continue reading

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BRING YOURSELF– LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL

Wherever you go, remember, always bring yourself– yes, you– lock, stock and barrel. And a combo or a key to open or close you as you need, to honor all the qualities and parts you’ve grown up lovingly from seed– … Continue reading

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THOSE THINGS OF IMPORTANCE

Those things that stand in your heart as of true prime importance let them not slip as hourglass sand through your sly, practiced art of lame, feigned ignore-ance. . . For as you rise up and instead, choose to keep … Continue reading

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