Tag Archives: isolation

UGH, GRR, ARGH, @$%#&*

Excuse me while I have another meltdown.  I don’t know if the heat is getting to me or the air quality caused by the Canadian fires.  I have freed myself from the big news outlets.  I tune in for weather … Continue reading

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THERE’S NOTHING LIKE A HUG

There is nothing in the world like a hug. It’s the only thing you get back the minute you give it away. To be cuddled in someone’s embrace is a wonderful feeling. When we are lonely, when we hurt, when … Continue reading

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THROUGH MY WINDOW

A journey through a crystal pane of light and glorious sun, Separated by a wall that’s conceived within my mind, A longing leads my heart into a place where I can run, A place to hide, to bear my soul, … Continue reading

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ONCE UPON A TIME … THE FACE OF GOD

Never before in the history of time had the sky been so clear. Only an occasional cloud hung there as a reminder. Rain came when the soil dried – only when necessary. It was so clear, some thought they could … Continue reading

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TGIF

The confusion of what day it happens to be can be a source of wonder for those in quarantIne.  I know it’s Friday, because we have no obligations on Friday.  I know it’s Friday because yesterday was Thursday and tomorrow … Continue reading

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GOOD HAIR DAY

I love unusual holidays.  March 26th is known as “Good Hair Day,” which is nearly impossible when we’re cooped up for over three weeks and can’t get to a salon or barber shop because they’re all closed.  We could resort … Continue reading

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THE SUN HAS ARISEN

For glad Spring has begun, And to the ardent sun The earth, long time so bleak, Turns a frost-bitten cheek. – Celia Thaxter, American poet For the first time in almost a week, we’re witnessing the emergence of spring.  The … Continue reading

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