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Category Archives: Writer’s Notebook
As you go through your day week month year …life You encounter obstacles… Some of your making… Other not… They confound you They perplex you They sometimes appear at every turn in life… Yet you smile Go on saying… “Such … Continue reading
This is a 600 word story I submitted to NPR 3/11/2012 as part of their Three-Minute Fiction series. The premise is they give you the first line and you write the rest. The first line counts as part of the … Continue reading
Today is the MOST IMPORTANT DAY OF YOUR LIFE!!! Why? Because you are living It NOW. Yesterday is gone and lesson for today. Tomorrow has not happened yet. What you do today influences what you do tomorrow. Regardless how hard … Continue reading
Being a control freak is okay as long as you do not involve anybody else*… *unless you are an engineer doing your job….and not someone else’s!!!! …Or a brain surgeon operating….
Occasionally in life there are those moments of unutterable fulfillment which cannot be completely explained by those symbols called words. Their meanings can only be articulated by the inaudible language of the heart. Martin Luther King Jr.
“Never lie, cheat, or steal … Unless you will lie next to the one you love, cheat death, or steal the heart of the one whom you can’t live without.” – Engels
One of the advantages of being disorderly is that one is constantly making exciting discoveries. A. A. Milne