Archive for July, 2011

It’s running season. (Not politicians.)  Real runners! Marathoners.

It’s running season. (Not politicians.) Real runners! Marathoners.

Written by on July 25, 2011 in Health, Sports with 0 Comments

Marathon. Part II: Do you know a marathoner?  They often have a 26.2 on the backs of their cars.  This is for them!  Or you! You, or your favorite runner, will love this piece.  The other day, I posted “Runner’s Blessing.” Today, I am posting “Marathon.”  This is one of my earliest, and still, one of […]

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The Loves of Our Lives (Part IV)

The Loves of Our Lives (Part IV)

Part IV (the last stanza):  An anniversary poem. A memoir poem.  A wonderful heirloom.  Enjoy!       How do we treasure the loves of our lives? Our choice, we know, was so very right, and we moved onward building a life, and lives of our children, that love in return. And so we moved […]

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The Loves of Our Lives (Part III)

The Loves of Our Lives (Part III)

  Part III: How do we treasure the loves of our lives? One choice, it seems, may lead to naught, but we move onward, hoping the next will bring us a love that lasts through the ages. And so we moved forward, relentlessly forward; we found each other and we joined together, finding we were […]

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The Loves of Our Lives (Part II)

The Loves of Our Lives (Part II)

Written by on July 20, 2011 in Love & Family with 0 Comments

Here is the second stanza for this love and family poem, written for a mature couple’s anniversary.  The first stanza was published yesterday.   How do we measure the choices we’ve made? One path, it seems, leads to another, and we make our journey but sometimes we wonder how it would be if we’d taken the other; […]

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The Loves of Our Lives

The Loves of Our Lives

Written by on July 18, 2011 in Love & Family with 0 Comments

How do measure our lives?  How do we remember those we love, in a world moving so fast, with so much information to keep track of, with so many events in so many places going on, with demands on our time, our bank accounts, and our emotions? This poem is called “The Loves of Our […]

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Freedom From Tyranny Day!

Written by on July 4, 2011 in News with 0 Comments

It is Independence Day, the 4th of July, 2011. It has been 235 years since our Declaration of Independece was signed. What did it really mean? 

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