Monthly Archives: January 2015

Seas the Day?

Yesterday, I blogged about Serving Up Memory, the anthology written by the Camden Writers.  Now we’re thinking about exactly what kind of book we want to publish this year. Although there are lots of ideas floating around, so far the … Continue reading

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So Many Rules!

A quiet house with no deadlines, appointments, luncheon dates, or “must-dos” on my agenda today. I’m caught up with discussion posts, and it’s too cold to go on a walk, so I have no excuse not to write something. But … Continue reading

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Alma and Louie

About forty years ago, I heard a great definition of mental health. It wasn’t scientific or packed with a lot of hifalutin words. It was more like an example, a visual. Imagine yourself climbing up a mountain and think of … Continue reading

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Good Reading and Bad Reading

Consider these words from Anna Quindlen’s How Reading Changed My Life: “There was good reading, and there was bad reading. There was the worthy, and the trivial. This was always couched in terms of taste, but it tasted, smelled, and … Continue reading

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Morning Zen and Deo

I confess. I’m a bibliophile. Reading has influenced my life in so many ways that I can’t begin to list them all. I’ll just say that if it weren’t for reading, I’d be a lot less interesting, even to myself. … Continue reading

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Who Are You Blaming?

Eve’s Sisters, a book of essays published nearly three years ago, points out the application of certain psychological principles in the lives of women (men too) in the Bible. And although I haven’t done a super job of marketing the … Continue reading

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