Daily Archives: September 26, 2016
52 WEEKS OF THANKFULNESS – WEEK 14
BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD.
I invite you to come and join me on this pilgrimage to change the world through thankfulness. Perhaps if enough of us join together we can change the negative climate that exists and is overtaking our planet. Together we can move our fellow citizens of to a better, higher and finer place.
At the end of the post you will find a link up frog and I hope you will join me on this venture and once a week write a post and link up to others and share what you are thankful for this week.
During my walk on Sunday my mind turned to the political debate tonight. I experienced a feeling of sadness because I knew that the debate would only add to the negative energy that has plagued our country for months. But as I walked along…
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Encouragement for the heart
Wed. Sept. 21, 2016: The Shock of a Loss
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Sunny and pleasant
Feeling better, which is a good thing. Got some decent work done, both on the new projects, and on starting the next round of edits on DEATH OF A CHOLERIC. Still dithering about turning CONFIDENCE CONFIDANT into a full-length – I think I know what I want to do, so hopefully, this weekend, I’ll just sit down and o it.
Started re-reading some of my favorite books – the Bast series by Rosemary Edghill and the Diana Tregarde series by Mercedes Lackey. That got me thinking about how the Craft has changed since our idealistic, hopeful days in the 90’s (although we thought we were terribly cynical. In reality, we were naïve). That gave me the idea for another project, which I’m playing with.
That also got me thinking about some close friends at the time, with…
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THOUGHTS ON THURSDAY – SAINTS AND SINNERS
Tomorrow I will talk about Mazie Gordon-Phillips who Jami Attenberg has written about in a captivating book titled Saint Mazie. Mazie is an example of what some would consider a sinner but the majority of the homeless men in the Bowery considered a saint. Mazie spent most of her adult life dispensing kindness from her ticket booth in the Venice Theatre.
See you tomorrow,