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Rebirth 3

So, how does an individual like myself, with such a poor self-image, even begin to think of becoming a writer, no less? I didn’t just wake up one morning and make that decision. There were a lot of steps involved … Continue reading

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November Image #29

For November PAD Challenge: Image #29 Reflection You may copy and paste the image to your blog and then respond to it in whatever fashion you choose. Then come back and leave the URL for your response in the Comment … Continue reading

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Journey Stone #23

  Journey Stone #23  Healing Acknowledging and honoring the wounds and scars of past pain, then moving beyond them to celebrate ones own survival by encouraging others to do the same. Singing over the bones, knitting them back together to live … Continue reading

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Finger Nail Polish and The Sticky Stuff of Life

  My Mother passed away just over two weeks ago. Her funeral was on May 8th, the day before Mother’s day. This post is not about grief, its process of sorrow, and sadness. My Mother was 91 years old and … Continue reading

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The End Is Ever A Beginning

  I started to fill the last page in my sketchbook yesterday. This one will have words on it as none of the others do. The same words that title this blog. I have two new sketchbooks that should be … Continue reading

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On Madness and Creativity

In response to Claudette’s weekly writing challenge #10: Discernment http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/ Much madness is divinest sense to a discerning eye; Much sense, the sharpest madness                                                                              __Emily Dickinson I found this quote a few days ago. Seeing as Claudette’s weekly writing … Continue reading

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Challenges

In response to Claudette’s Writing Challenge # 1  “the Power of Creativity” Was very surprised when I went to check out the Writer’s Island prompt for today. The site has been closed and there will be no more weekly prompts. … Continue reading

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Signature Strokes

  In the world of Fine Art, such as painting, one can, if one has the knowledge of such things, know who the painter is without seeing a signature somewhere on the canvas. It has to do with the manner … Continue reading

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The Unspeakable

Today, in my journal, I found myself writing about an ‘unspeakable’ pain I have carried around inside of me for almost ten years. Where do you go with something like that? Something so hurtful, that to unleash it, to open … Continue reading

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