Monthly Archives: June 2010

Simply Stated

FOR TODAY Outside my window… it’s bright with blue skies, a beautiful start to a southern summertime day. I am thinking… it was hard to sleep last night.  One of those nights too much in my brain.  Can’t believe in … Continue reading

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June 21, 1948

Today is the summer solstice.  And my dad’s birthday.  Sol + stice derives from a combination of Latin words meaning “sun” + “to stand still.”  As the days  lengthen, the sun rises higher and higher until it seems to stand … Continue reading

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Still twirlin’ after all these years…

It was really for such a short period of time but the impact this group had on me lasted a lifetime… here are my remarks from our reunion last night… Looking through pictures, discovering long lost video tapes, preparing for … Continue reading

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Keepin’ It Simple

FOR TODAY Outside my window…finally a break – I think it’s 89 degrees and dusk is just an hour away. It is actually pretty cool under the porch ceiling fans. The sun is bright orange, glistening through the trees as … Continue reading

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Guess I’ll Know When I Get There

Well I started out down a dirty road Started out all alone And the sun went down, as I crossed the hill And the town lit up, the world got still I’m learning to fly, but I ain’t got wings … Continue reading

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A Simple Woman?

An idea “borrowed” from my sister-in-law’s blog and “inspired” by The Simple Woman’s Daybook…. FOR TODAY Outside my window… it is dark, only a few lightening bugs remain. I am thinking… that I am really not a simple woman but … Continue reading

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Escape A moment A memory A reality A place A time Not possible In your dreams Unreal Maybe Not really A distraction Absolutely

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