That is the question I asked six women recently from age Twenty to Seventy. Before I get to their answers, my plan is to do this every month, a new question, new answers, a glimpse of the future, a reminder of the past. I hope it will help us, Perhaps it will steer us to … More Tell me what you miss….
I believe in soul mates. I believe there are people you are meant to meet in this world. That your souls connect instantly – Far before we can judge someone on economic status, IQ, or political views. We are already bound to each other, like some cosmic connection happens that is almost out of our … More To catch a falling star
As Sally Fields once said: YOU LIKE ME, You really, really like me!!! Okay , so one fellow blogger does at least : David over at Occasional Dreams And one person admitting that they like you is okay, as my Mother always told me , “You can’t have everyone like you dear, but you can … More You like me, you really really like me
via Daily Prompt: Silence I need to leave this place I stay, where darkness beckons and loneliness plays. Where the only voice I hear is my own. This place where all my demons breed. Erupting with volcanic ash, leaving my brain to resemble the chaotic aftermath of an out of control … More The sound of silence
I sit across from ex-husband number 2 at breakfast. The waiter says ” It’s really cool that you guys get along so well”. My ex laughs and says: ” It wasn’t always like this, there was a time we couldn’t be in the same state as each other”. I say: ” And that is when … More Splattered Paint
Follow the yellow brick road You can follow this road from the beginning if you wish by starting here: Moving along- Part One ” A Gypsy heart”. Moving along Part 2- Somewhere on a farm in Iowa, hold your breath. Moving along part 3- Walking to work Moving along part 4- A new family Follow, … More Moving along part 5- Follow the yellow brick road.
I have almost 30 drafts of pages written or half written that I never published, I go through them sometimes and they spark something…like this very short one did- so I am sharing. It’s been four years next month since I left my husband, it’s been four years of the longest goodbye ever. I … More One cup, then you must leave.
This is part four from three other ” chapters” of my life, to catch up , start here. Part One- A Gypsy heart Part Two- Somewhere on a Farm in Iowa Part 3- Walking to Work It’s strange when your little and you instantly inherit a new family , it’s also strange when you … More Moving along part 4- A new family