Monthly Archives: July 2015

royal and ancient….

Okay….I must admit that the intro video snippets for the British Open pulled me in…pulled me back…. to Scotland….to St. Andrews.  It is a city whose sheer beauty of antiquity took my breath away when I first laid eyes on … Continue reading

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half….?

Do you ever think about that philosophical question…is your glass half-empty or half-full? It is all relative, I suppose, and totally a matter of one’s individual perception of each particular experience and event, colored by all that has gone before. … Continue reading

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in the white space…

Our being is often crowded out by our doing.  Artists know the value of white space.  Sometimes what isn’t there enables us to see what is.  There in the white space you will find your soul waiting for you. ~ … Continue reading

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I dwell in possibility…

The title is a quote from Emily Dickinson I found during my devotional time this morning. My eyes arrested on those words. My mind wrapped around them in an attempt to absorb them…slowly and purposefully.  They are such hopeful words.  … Continue reading

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humble pie….

Have you ever had to eat Humble Pie….not very tasty is it? I am finding that aging is teaching me humility in big LARGE doses. What was once easy is quite difficult. What was once remembered is definitely forgotten. What … Continue reading

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Dear America….

Happy Birthday!  I hope you will have many more years to celebrate your humble beginnings.  Many fought to give you your birthright, and still more have died to protect it…. both from outside our borders, but more unfortunately from within … Continue reading

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