Monthly Archives: January 2017

Second Sight (Part II)

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Move it…

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
“Move it” by Jackson Pollock Since the inauguration, I’ve read and heard a lot of analysis about every appointee, statement, move, and edict. All of it is well-reasoned and well-intended, and designed to bolster…

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Immigrant…

Originally posted on nbsmithblog…random digressions and musings:
A couple of years ago my husband and I had our genome mapped through 23andme.com. I have to say I was surprised to find out what my genes said about me (and…

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Judging a Book By Its Protagonist: Do you Judge?

Originally posted on Eva Lesko Natiello:
? Every story needs a bad guy, right? The badder the bad guy the more compelling the read. But what about the protagonist? What if she’s unlikeable? There are many readers who will say,…

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Second Sight (Part I)

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Remember

Originally posted on From the Keyboard:
Almost lost amidst dead leaves, and severed limbs, a nest felled by the storm, barely more than twigs. On other walks, it would have been a mass to be avoided, side-stepped in the rain.…

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A Place Beyond

Originally posted on El Malpais:
 A Place Beyond There are places beyond the usual limits of space and time. We go there – when the time is right to see what is mostly unseen. This is not a different world…

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