Monthly Archives: January 2011

A book … and a moderately deep thought

[Originally a “note” on the Book of Face, this post was first written on November 19th, 2009 .  Blame it on the weekly wander last night through Target (where Valentine’s Day appears to be on steroids), I’ve had too much time lately to think about … Continue reading

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The ghostly hazards of validating life choices

 Have you ever felt a bit like a ghost in your life? It’s a disconcerting reaction, and can leave you feeling a bit hollow on the inside. I recently spent the day in the town of my first truly … Continue reading

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The effects of sub-zero temperatures on Hope

 What gives you hope? It’s a funny question. The answer depends a lot on mood, circumstances, inclination to openness… For example, I could say now – rather flippantly, but with perfect honesty – that my hopes are pinned on … Continue reading

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An Introduction

Does the world really need another blogger? Good question. Clearly, this blog indicates that I’ve come down on the side of “Yes,” despite my misgivings on how exactly this little adventure was going to go. But why? Where did the … Continue reading

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