Monthly Archives: October 2016

Limitations of Language

It seems odd that today, just before Nano begins, I’m posting thoughts about the limitations of language.  And yet here it is.  Feels a bit like I’m shooting myself in the foot.  But I prefer to think of it as … Continue reading

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Nano Anticipation

Two days to Nano and I anticipate . . . I don’t know. I honestly don’t. It’s hard for me to put into words what I anticipate. It involves expectations and when I sit down to write, I never know … Continue reading

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Walking to NOW

Cool but sunny. Time for a walk. The trail is firm, not gushy like you might suspect after the recent rains. Time to clear the head, let the crisp breeze clean out the cobwebs that get woven each day by … Continue reading

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Nano – short for non-judgement

When you judge another, you don’t define them, you define yourself. Wayne Dyer It’s such a human thing we do – judgement. I mean, we do it in the grocery when we buy one brand over another. “This is better.” … Continue reading

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Politics – As Usual

It’s fascinating to trace the mind webs that our thoughts are constantly weaving. Yesterday my search for the number of words in the English language led me to the Global Language Monitor website. Today that site was still up on … Continue reading

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NANO – Again

Image curtesy of nanowrimo.org Yep!  Doin’ it again this year.  Crazy thing, but each year at this time, something comes over me and I push myself to write each and every day – at least 1670 words.  Not a bad … Continue reading

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The Nature of Memory

“I remember . . .”. Famous first words. How often have we said them without even thinking about what we’re actually saying? What exactly is a “memory” anyway? I remember growing up and hearing the adults in the family – … Continue reading

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