Monthly Archives: September 2015

Weekly Photo Challenge: Change

Bird Spirit Last week as I sat at my kitchen table I heard a sickening thud and saw a bird drop from the sky. In that instance his graceful flight was abruptly transformed as he hit the glass wall and … Continue reading

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Abortion: Have You Checked Your Prejudice

I have never had an abortion. You can draw no conclusions about me from that statement. That statement tells you nothing about me or my morality, it tells you nothing about my sexual habits or my sexual history and nothing about … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Monochromatic

Yellow Look at the flowers, look how they bloom for you. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Monochromatic.”

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Ten Things I’ve Learned

Question everything, especially yourself. Big changes come from lots of people doing little things. Running away doesn’t work because you can’t escape yourself. The actuality is frequently less painful than the imagining. Check yourself for prejudice and chose not to act on it. Measure … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Connected

iConnected In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Connected.”

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Aylan Kurdi and Martin Reilly two little boys a century apart 

My granddad Martin Reilly was 2 years old when his parents Philip and Elizabeth took him and his five siblings on an overcrowded steamship in search of a better life in Argentina in 1889. The same age as Aylan Kurdi the little … Continue reading

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