Category Archives: Life’s Stories

Sep 13
2018

Robbery – Different Responses

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Being an ill-fated gofer between a forced cash withdraw and the barrel of a gun isn’t high on the average person’s list of Sunny Summer Day Activites. For most, it would land on the Worst Day Ever Scenarios to be … Continue reading

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Sep 13
2018

Reporting for Duty – Soliders’ Double Identy

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Soldiers switch hats between two lives and identities. Military life and civilian life. Military life commands a call to duty. A call to service. It also means following orders. Civilian life clamors for flexibility and spontaneity. Usually missing a designated … Continue reading

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Dec 06
2016

Story Stop – Story Opt

OK, it happened. I was there, but seriously! How many times do I have to relive it? Does it ever end? If it there is an end, how do I get there? Reliving the images of trauma is like someone … Continue reading

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Apr 15
2016

Story’s Double Talk

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Story frenzy. A universal epidemic. Earthlings feverishly tune into the news of the lastest  atmospheric conditions; epic political sagas; torrential upheavals? Entertainment becomes in epic when attached to a story. Humans crave, live, learn, breath, thrive and strive on stories. … Continue reading

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Apr 17
2014

It Hurts . . . What do I say?

Unexpected events happen in life. Banks, stores and people get robbed. Tornadoes, floods, hurricanes and other acts of nature happen. People suddenly, unexpected die. Wars have been and are a part of this world’s reality. “I wasn’t there . . … Continue reading

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Apr 16
2014

Refocusing Images of the Past

Whose brain did this come from? A favored response from a cherish friend. Really, whose brain did it come from? Imagines comprise the language, the verbiage, the talk and the chatter of the human mind. The aroma of grandma’s stove-flaming, … Continue reading

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Apr 13
2014

Postcards . . . Correspondance Behind Prison Walls

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While this post neither addresses, nor endorses, the intricacies of the prison system, it is the focal point for this post. The news of our daily lives become the centerpiece of our daily conversations. High ranking favorites often include relationship … Continue reading

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