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sadness

Some notes: The U.S. presidential election has me feeling trapped and is bringing up a lot of bad memories. I’ve been on the lookout for good things, lights to focus on to prevent my world view being cast in darkness. I have a lot of slow brain days. Those are days when I can’t see my way out of the fog. I struggle to get simple tasks done. I lose my keys in the fridge and I forget where the cold food is kept. These tend to fall in quick succession. There is

I started my 3 day quote challenge and used up all my quotes in one go. To be honest, I’m not a quote person. I do enjoy a universal turn of phrase or that observation that makes you turn around to see who has been spying on your life. My issue is I can never remember words in the right order or their attributions. So for Day 2 I’m going to link three sites where you can find brilliance in word work. I don’t expect the owners of the sites

I was invited by Shareen of On the Verge to participate in a 3 Day Quote Challenge on the theme of sadness. Right now, what’s first in my mind is how much pain the world is in and how I wish I could fix it. I wish I could wrap every victim and survivor of these ongoing global tragedies in hugs. I wish I could help them feel safe. But I don’t feel safe myself. It’s difficult to have a sense of security when I’m wondering if it will turn out

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