Monthly Archives: January 2014

Portraits of Resilience

I love Steve McCurry’s blog. I see so much courage and resilience in the people he photographs. And I stop feeling sorry for myself, for whatever trouble I may feel I have.

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STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT

I remember a time when we were strangers in the night. The night was dark but the moon and stars were bright.  They lit up the sky and the world for us.  We took the challenge and followed the path.  … Continue reading

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JUST ONE THING

Life sometimes doesn’t start till 10 some mornings, or I should say most mornings lately.  The darkness presses down on me and I am happy to stay in bed, listening to Sheba being fed, smelling the rich aroma of coffee … Continue reading

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MY LITTLE SISTER

Here I am with my little sister on our first Christmas in Canada.  She was two and I nine.  The years flew like lightning. Now we are grown, she a pharmacist and I, a retired nurse.   Though I’m the elder, … Continue reading

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2014 – LOOKING FORWARD

The mornings are still dark as night and my urge to rise and shine is low.  Even so I try to put my head and heart in their right space.  It’s 2014, a new year full of blank pages to … Continue reading

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