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That Calm Time of Day

Following Ducks

I’ve found through my life that the most calm times of the day are right as the sun’s rays are breaking above the horizon and just as the hues of the light are changing from yellow to orange to red to dark.  In other words, dawn and dusk.

In this case, for me, it was dusk and ducks.

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An Apology and Reflection

“The Artist’s Way”
My writing of ‘morning pages’ (or rather, afternoon pages, in this instance)

Okay, okay!  I know.  I’m sorry!  I know how inconsistent I’ve been with posting to this blog lately.  And I apologize.  I am sincerely sorry for my lack of posts, and I will strive to do better in the future.

That being said, I want to write today’s post on one of my many activities from the past two weeks or so.  I’ve been feeling a bit out of sorts… very much full of mixed emotions.  Excitement, disillusionment, happiness, frustration, boredom, etc… the list goes on.  At one point, I found myself wondering “What do I want to do right now, at this very moment?” Continue reading


Lamplight Reflected

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”

This quote is one that I’d forgotten about until a close friend reminded me of it just yesterday.  Which is slightly ridiculous to me, because the journal in which I do all of my personal writing and jotting-down-of-thoughts has this prayer written on the back of it!  Apparently I don’t read what’s in front of me sometimes.

This prayer, widely known as the Serenity Prayer, is one that is speaking to me very loudly right now.  I mean, it’s practically screaming at me:   Continue reading