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Kindness and Compassion

My readers and those that follow me on social media know that while writing is my passion, I do have a day job that pays the bills – at least until writing takes over. In that day job, I work with special needs adults. The

Aha!

I received a huge “Aha!” moment this week. I am a misfit! I am sharing this with you now because I hope to explain some of my own personal viewpoints. I imagine that someone else may be experiencing the same feelings, thoughts, or whatever it

Dance Your F—— Heart Out!

A very wise teacher told me one day that I should never believe that feeling sadness or loneliness was a bad emotion. She told me that I should always embrace my feelings and let them teach me the lesson I need to learn. I have

We Are Responsible

I have found myself getting caught up in the political rhetoric as the 2016 presidential campaign here in America trudges on. I have also found myself getting caught up in those social media battles between one perception and another. One thing I have noticed throughout

No New Year Resolutions

I stopped making New Year’s resolutions a long time ago. The reason? It wasn’t so much that I had a hard time keeping them. I am a goal oriented person, so making those goals and keeping at them was not the issue. Frankly, the issue

Are You Reaching a Milestone, And How On Earth do you Know?

Courtesy: Internet We reach milestones in our lives. Often they are recognizable, at least to us. Some are hidden and are only revealed after time. I have reached a milestone in my own life. How about you? Do you know how to recognize a life

Goodbyes Are Hard….

Courtesy: quotesgram.com I said goodbye this past weekend to my beloved Bay Area. I have lived there for 10 years and loved it there. I met some wonderful people, and I met some that were not so wonderful. I had huge successes there and epic

From My Heart to Yours

Here in the United States, it’s Thanksgiving. A time when we remember to be grateful for what we have. It is also a time when we, as a country, remember the first settlers and their first winter here. The American legend says that the Natives

Staying True to Yourself

The past week’s events in Paris threw the entire world into darkness. What became so evident to me during the news coverage was that it wasn’t just attacks in Paris, but attacks in Kenya this past Spring and attacks in Beirut just days before the

Redefining Me…

Courtesy: allisasis.com If you follow me on Twitter, whether it is my personal account or my poetry prompt account, you know that I have been in the thick of a life changing move. Hard? Oh, wow! That is not even a third of the description.