Tag Archives: Serenity

To Gray Or Not To Gray, That Is The Question

“I toyed with the idea of going back to my “roots”…” Continue reading

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Farewell NaNoWriMo

But here’s the thing. For me, writing is not just about writing useable material. For me, it is as much about the experience of writing, as it is about producing a finished manuscript. Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

“when death comes, extending its hand to you, it’s just not how you would have expected it.” Continue reading

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Dear Daughter

“I am not surprised that you used it to carve niches in life that suited your temperament and fed your soul” Continue reading

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Political Boundaries

“There is a fine line between knowing enough to be able to vote intelligently, to vote for the heart and soul of this country, and knowing too damned much.” Continue reading

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