Monthly Archives: January 2014

Grateful: a big pile of words and lots of work to do

Mostly grateful, but partly TERRIFIED and overwhelmed by the sheer task ahead of me.  I just merged all the last outlying parts of my work in progress into their probable order. It’s all good, and it can only get better, … Continue reading

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Grateful: a basement workout and an almost anniversary

Mid-work out capture. Grateful. Continue reading

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Grateful: cooking and community

Last week, when I was really beginning to get the habit of capturing grateful moments with my phone camera, I photographed a pot of soup: My grateful moment wasn’t necessarily about the actual soup itself, though it was lovely and … Continue reading

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Gratitude: a book and some water

I finished a great book last night, and I accomplished it by engaging in what I have to call hybrid-reading. Last Christmas, a friend and I both asked for Cloud Atlas, by David Mitchell. We always talk books. Every time … Continue reading

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Gratitude for progress: books, brothers and ideas

Today’s gratitude is about progress. Progress toward goals reached for. Waited for. Anticipated. And also about working together with brothers and sharing ideas. But shhh. Don’t tell any of my relatives, as this is a peek at my gift to … Continue reading

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