Explorations of mind, paths, and life

When the Dust Settles

Posted on July 28, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | Comments Off on When the Dust Settles

Somewhere in December I really noticed a shift in my being as my eyes began to really open to the way my life was working all around me. To compliment that shift in vision I adjusted relationships with crazy makers in my life, joined an Art Group, visited my sister for almost two weeks of […]

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Yeah – The dog likes it!

Posted on July 14, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | Comments Off on Yeah – The dog likes it!

So, part of my new BIKE investment was making sure I had a basket for groceries and/or the dog. On the way home we stopped at Publix and when Gary asked if I wanted to ride my bike the rest of the way there was no hesitation. I guess this is as close to a […]

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Posted on July 13, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | 1 Comment

Art by: (c) Evelyn Dufner, 2009

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Yellow Rubbers

Posted on July 12, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | Comments Off on Yellow Rubbers

He approached guarded at first, the muscles of his long neck flaunting his agility. He was unsure of our relationship. His eyes carefully engaged mine. I was stunned by his boldness. He advanced again, the edges of waves washing over his trim legs. Then, backing off with his assuming attitude, he instead turned his head. […]

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Parking Garage

Posted on July 10, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | Comments Off on Parking Garage

That is where I am.Sitting in a parking garage.Gazing out glass wallsThe meter ticks as I rack up time.Curiously I can’t decide whether to pull out or stay parked.What am I parked for? What will or can change in the realm of a parking garage?I can switch spotsMove up or down a level.I still know […]

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Sentiment of Snot

Posted on July 8, 2009 - Filed Under self reflect | 1 Comment

While working tenaciously on a series of PowerPoints for the “New and Improved College Success Class” with one of the worst books (arriving in my hands with NO Instructor support what-so-ever!) I was pleased to find my “Facebook Online Chat” pop up with a “What’s Up?” from my sister Monica, allowing me a new distraction. […]

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