Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Scooter Life Takes Detour

As excited as I was to put the new scooter together yesterday, life happened. It wound up being a weekend of delays and detours. I probably had about 15 minutes to mess with the new machine. The rest of the … Continue reading

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Scooter Life

I bought a scooter and I’m a little awed by it. It’s a TAO TAO Roman purchased on Amazon. and it came in a giant cardboard box today. Right now, as you can see, it needs assembly. That’s what I’ll … Continue reading

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New Machine, New Beginning

A few weeks ago my computer (Lord Mac) up and died, taking all my files with him into the great unknown. I fell back to working on my phone, which, as much as I love it, is more difficult. I … Continue reading

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Celebrating Coins, Cats and Free Lunch

It’s Friday already?!? Time for my weekly post to discuss what I’m celebrating. I’m still relatively new at this weekly group post but I am really enjoying it. For one thing, I get to end the week on a positive … Continue reading

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Why Dogs Eat Poop

“But Mooo-oom…” whined the young pup. “It smells terrible-like it needs to be buried.” “Don’t you speak like a cat to me,” his mother scolded. “You eat your poop like a good boy.” The young pup groaned and gave a … Continue reading

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The Tree Between Fire and Ice

Note: This is another rough draft. This story popped into my head one day when I saw a collage created by a talented artist and friend, Robin Wiesneth. The story was very clear to me – it was a tree … Continue reading

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The Too Tired Tale

“I’m too tired to write,” she said, and her fingers stuttered across the keyboard. The ghost of an idea slid through her mind, barely visible through the exhausted fog. She noticed the muted shape, seamlessly blending with the shadows, and … Continue reading

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Libraries Need Help asap

Congress’ process for funding programs is in full swing and millions in federal funding for libraries hang in the balance. There’s never enough money to go around, and Members are always looking for programs to “zero out” so they can … Continue reading

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Celebrating Life, Love and Enough

Life is a complicated, messy affair that rarely takes us where we planned to go. The best discoveries are on the accidental journey. This week I’ve been focussing on seeing where the breeze takes me while still making deadlines. I’m … Continue reading

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