Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dana

Unwrapping the text, the news oozed about how you were exhausted, strung tight, wrung out.   They write fighting cancer is fraught with unknowns, it brings forth fears and debilitating bouts of fatigue and nauseous quaking, that shucks bodily husks. … Continue reading

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The herd

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I got back just as winter resumed its white onslaught; back from “herding cats.” A number of years ago, a friend mentioned his attempt to gather fraternity friends for a golf tournament was like herding…

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The herd

I got back just as winter resumed its white onslaught; back from “herding cats.” A number of years ago, a friend mentioned his attempt to gather fraternity friends for a golf tournament was like herding cats. The phrase can be … Continue reading

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Choosing

Have you walked into a room where a T.V. is turned on to a sporting event of which you have no premeditated desired outcome? How soon do you choose one player, one team, or one side over the other? For … Continue reading

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second chance

I sat down and spent a few hours writing my first blog post yesterday. When I went to the blog…Gone. Nothing. I tried all afternoon to find “it!” Alas. So here we go, giving it a go. We will see … Continue reading

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Starting out

It has been a extreme, hasn’t it?  A winter that our grandparents spoke about or one described by Laura in the Little House on the Prairie books.  Yes, the one that Pa and Laura spent tying straw into large ribbons … Continue reading

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