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Weaving Daydreams


Charles Edward Wilson Daydreams

Charles Edward Wilson Daydreams

 “Nothing makes time pass or shortens the way like a thought that absorbs in itself all the faculties of the one who is thinking. External existence is then like a sleep of which this thought is the dream. Under its influence, time has no more measure, space has no more distance.” ― Alexandre Dumas

Sitting on my grandmother’s couch, after my long day at school, I spot a big, bright, brick like catalogue sitting on the side table. Excitement on my face, I grab the newest edition of the Sears Catalogue, and set it upon my lap to start perusing the pages making sure I do not smudge them with my sticky Aero bar fingers Continue reading

Truth Colored Glasses : by Kim Larocque


“Nothing heals, helps, cures, mends, builds, clears, stabilizes, fixes, balances, restores, corrects, inspires, enables, empowers, enlightens or tickles, better than the truth.”  ~Tut.com

These past few weeks came with a plethora of emotions: Highs and lows, excitement and fear, love and indifference, anger then hurt, then back to happiness and joy. From getting my daughter ready for her first trip to Florida, to finding out she’s accepted at the College she chose, to dealing with my own « whateveryouwannacallthem » emotions. Continue reading

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