Tag Archives: questions

Finding Home

  Attention: Journal Writing Prompts will begin on Monday, October 25.   Today I’m not responding to a prompt. Today it’s just me, the words, and an empty page. Guess I’m going back to basics. At least it could be seen … Continue reading

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Opening New Windows

  This past week has been a hefty one. And now its time to get back to normal, or whatever passes for normal, at the moment. I feel that for the past couple of days, what I’ve been trying to … Continue reading

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A Learn As You Go Proposition

  “It would be nice if we knew which questions to ask.” Or, “Wouldn’t it be great if we spoke the same language?” Maybe, “How come they don’t provide some sort of manual?” Those kinds of questions, and variations ad … Continue reading

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About Those Questions

  Although this blog has been concentrated recently on the new Q and A format I am trying in my journal, the comments I have received seem to be about the nature of the questions I am posing to myself … Continue reading

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A Tiger Named Pain

Writer’s Island Prompt #10  “MOST AMAZING EXPERIENCE” Pain is the shell that encloses your understanding.    __Kahlil Gibran Thirty-plus years ago, I gave birth to my fourth and last child. She was beautiful and healthy, but I seemed to be in almost … Continue reading

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A Balancing Act (With Questions)

I recently received an email which contained a video of an amazing Russian balancing act. A young woman stepped onto a spongy pole held, on either end, by two young men. She proceeded to do flips and somersaults, high into … Continue reading

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Curious Confession Time

Okay, I was raised Catholic, went to parochial school, so I know the drill: “Bless me, Technologies, for I found the stats page on this site yesterday.” I did a History major in college, as well as one in English, … Continue reading

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Anger As Energy Flow

        I have done my part, and whatever happens, will simply happen. But it will only happen at my choosing. That knowledge alone, is worth the few tears I shed.  ___quoted from last post After years of words that were not understood, or … Continue reading

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