Category Archives: Mourning

The Edge of the Abyss

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Girl Interrupted

The day before yesterday I went to the Payless shoe store next to where I get my beauty supplies and bought a pair of red flats.  Yesterday, I went to the other Payless shoe store at the mall and bought … Continue reading

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Let there be peace on Earth, and let it begin with me

While am in shock once again and I agree that something should be done about these continued manifestations of violence, such as happened today in Connecticut, but I don’t think that taking this issue up again in the political arena … Continue reading

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Grief is a strange animal

The all too recent passage of my beloved partner for over thirty years has brought me to a new crossroad in my life on a journey only I can make.  Soon after my separation began from my beloved almost eighteen … Continue reading

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Good bye sweetheart

First of all I want to say to all who follow this blog that my last post the other day “Why God really created Woman” was meant as a joke, in fact the cosmic joke for me and I will not … Continue reading

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What I’ve been up to since July

I haven’t posted in awhile because I have been living my life as the woman I’ve always wanted to be; creative, resourceful and beautiful. The four most important things that have occupied my thoughts over these last month’s have been … Continue reading

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The importance of grieving

After reading a blog post written by my dear sister, Kira Moore, I was moved to write this little piece about the importance of both mourning and celebrating that which has passed.  I hope it doesn’t seem like rambling to … Continue reading

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