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Tag Archives: rejuvenation
Sometimes it’s good to stop what you’re doing, sit down, and relax. When was the last time you sat on a swing? Think about it.
Ever since I wrote a young adult novel several months ago about a girl who learns to play the ukulele, I have wanted to learn how to play one myself. I learned to play the guitar when I was in elementary school, … Continue reading
Imagine that you are standing next to this rose. Can you smell its sun-warmed perfume? How about the redwood chips on the ground behind it? Does their pungent odor tickle your nostrils? Listen. Do you hear the buzzing of the … Continue reading
It’s the middle of December, and the winter holidays are rapidly approaching. The air is crisp, and may cause you to gasp as you escape from a warm, cozy building and soon wish you hadn’t. You might decide to return to … Continue reading
It has been nine days since my last post. In those nine days, I have almost doubled my word count in the great NaNoWriMo challenge, the National Novel Writing Month event. But it was slow there for awhile. I was … Continue reading
The joy of living is a concept that is well within our grasp, if we dare to reach for it. Seriously. We don’t have to go on vacation or wait until retirement to appreciate the comfort and enjoyment that is … Continue reading
Who among us hasn’t considered running away at some point during their life? I remember one of my siblings packing a suitcase in a moment of childish frustration and marching down the street to the corner of the block. Too … Continue reading
You had a little success in the garden this season, and it may be going to your head. The late lettuce you planted is still growing, and it’s past the middle of January. Maybe you got lucky. Maybe it’s because … Continue reading
Whether or not you live with a cat, you’ve probably witnessed a cat stretch at one time or another. They are so memorable that I can recall details after many years of catless living (I don’t count the strays that … Continue reading