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  • Writing Exercise: Perspective
    I tell people that the one thing I’m afraid of is drowning. Five-year-old me played on the wet sand without paying attention. The green plastic bucket I was holding was the only thing on my mind. I was trying to scoop sand into the bucket with it’s white child-sized shovel when the wave came. My… Continue Reading →
  • Writing Exercise – Small objects
    This week I’ve been challenged to look about the house and find a small object or objects that I find in either jacket pockets, coin trays, random bowls, or forgotten drawers. What do these objects say about my life? Where do they come from? How did they get there? Try the same and keep it… Continue Reading →
  • 100 Days of writing – Day 6
    Based on the date of my last post, I’m not doing very well. I blame chemo. The past two weeks have been brutal. The spirits are up, but I’ve felt tired and sick. Tings are better today, even after a dose of Gemcitibine yesterday. I’m looking forward the weekend. I’m have a socially distanced BBQ… Continue Reading →

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