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Buttons or Bugs, Wait and See!

I have worn corrective lenses for fairly severe near-sightedness since I was in grade school, but I consider myopia a gift;  every morning the world is softly out of focus, allowing me to put off facing sharp-edged reality until I’m … Continue reading

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Growing Old Gracefully

I was reading a commentary about the journey through middle-age the other day and got stuck, as I tend to do, contemplating the concept of middle-age being the half-way point of life. I like to think of myself as approaching … Continue reading

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The holy ostrich syndrome

Sometimes it seems even the news we are allowed to see on mainstream media is just too discouraging to be borne. It’s no wonder so many of us are turning our faces away and clinging to what’s safe and familiar. … Continue reading

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Feelings are stupid!

[this blog originally posted 5/28/12] In the office one day I was chatting with two friends about our lives. As with most women in the prime of life, we have all survived rough patches. While commiserating about how memories of … Continue reading

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