Monthly Archives: October 2011

Same Bat Time, Same Bat Channel

What a difference a day makes.  Yesterday I was emotional, lethargic, unmotivated and struggled just to put one foot in front of the other.  Today, the exact set of circumstances exists and I am happy, joyous and free.  There are … Continue reading

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An Open Book

I was with a friend today experiencing the State Fair for the first time in many years, many decades in fact, and found myself (after a few fried food items and some walking) opening up and sharing what is on … Continue reading

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Again?

Did you ever get ready to make a public appearance and feel a sudden wave of self-consciousness?  It happened to me today.  And the strange this is, it is a group of folks that I know and have been a … Continue reading

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Inside Out

My dad once told me that the more important a piece of mail looked on the outside, the less important were its contents.  If you want proof of this, just take a look at a letter from the IRS, nothing … Continue reading

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The Wobbly Pedestal

For a number of years I have heard the phrase, ‘check you motives.’  I never really understood what they meant when I first started hearing it, but as I gain more experience, it becomes clearer every day.  Just today I … Continue reading

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If It Doesn’t Fit

Daniel Nahmod is one of my favorite artists and in one of his songs is the line: “And still I find, I’m crying out for answers, guess I’m still craving control.”  That couldn’t be truer in my life today.  Rather … Continue reading

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