On Saying Goodbye

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  Journeyers, this week has been equally frustrating and exhilarating. Exhausting because of this little reality called work and duty and credit card payments and business. Exhilarating because, for the past three days, my mind has been a constant flutter of thoughts. My head has been teeming with ideas and inspiration that I can’t wait to share. My notions most always come to …

The Floodgates of Resentment from a Damsel in Distress

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Three days ago I cried myself to sleep. Crocodile-sized-snot running-down-my-face-and-onto-my-pillow kind of tears. Resentment woke me several times during the night. Resentment brought tears to my eyes and a lump to my throat over and over the next morning, until I finally told myself that I had to table The Beast and focus on the work at hand. On my …

Every Day a New Story Begins, Part II: Senseless and a Digging for the Light Excerpt

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“It’s senseless,” she said, before they parted ways. Two women were talking about the unexpected death of a mutual friend. She was sixty-three years old. A mother. Grandmother. Wife. Friend. Vibrant and working one day. Gone the next. Poof! A new story begins. One where the person’s stories will now be spun by those who love her. Those who are …