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Notice

It is crucial to understand that things being portrayed in the news and social media are not all factual. Our reality tends to be based on these things, they are taken at face value, when in truth it’s being stretched … Continue reading

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The Weekly Smile 10/26/20

I’m so far behind on my writing! It’s been a busy busy week and I am not really ready for this one. I can’t honestly remember past last Friday so that’s where we will start. My Senior had his last … Continue reading

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Just leaving this right here…

A friend of mine shared this. And I think it speaks volumes to the amount of fear people are allowing themselves to live in. I’ve not once ever said that the virus does not exist. What I’m saying is that … Continue reading

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Stupid Koolaid

Today the kids went back to school. They were all excited, especially my youngest who is in second grade. The morning began like this- All day I was worried about them. Not because I think their at risk. But because … Continue reading

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Interpretation is Dangerous

If you’ve put up with me long enough, you know that I am in recovery for codependency and CPTSD. Yeah I’m a mess. But something struck me at a testimony meeting last night. This person described, by their definition that … Continue reading

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Learning and Teaching

Animals are wired to “leave the nest” after learning what they need. It’s just how God made them. I have shared with you that I struggle with codependency and Complex PTSD. It’s an ugly and can be an exhausting combination. … Continue reading

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Triggers

What you deem invisible Scorches my very cells- And when you shrug your shoulders My soul is cracking glass- What you can turn away from Slams into my face- What rolls off of you Is for me a personal ambush- … Continue reading

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Word of the Day-Trust

So I found this in my son’s backpack. I initially had no reason not to trust what his teacher was saying. When I talked to my son, all the details came together. I remember the night he could not find … Continue reading

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Tuesday Photo Challenge: Bank

The first three are my favorite kinds. From gentle flowing with calming water music, to complete stillness. The last pic is a tragedy. This bank was/is built in the early/mid 1800’s. I believe it was November of last year, a … Continue reading

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From Afar

I’m thinking we need to mandate classes for parents. They need to be taught how to teach their own kids not to bully others. And society needs to stop making excuses. I’m not saying there’s not particular instances, traumas etc. … Continue reading

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