Category Archives: Living Out Loud

My Right to Write

Writing. Why do I do it?  Is it for the pure enjoyment of it? Is it because I must?  Is it because I feel an overwhelming need to put onto paper what I feel is going to explode inside my … Continue reading

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Wake Me Up Before….

I think that it’s very appropriate that this month’s Living Out Loud subject is sleep. I am currently suffering from sleep deprivation and am running on empty so I apologize in advance if this makes no sense. I look like … Continue reading

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Blue Skies Ahead

Blue skies….smiling at me….. nothing but blue skies….do I see….. I love that song and nobody sings it better than Willie, which really has nothing to do with this post other than the fact that this post is supposed to … Continue reading

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Twists of Fate

Our Living Out Loud topic  for this month is all about the what if’s in life.  Is there such a thing as destiny? How large of a role does fate play in our lives or is it just the name … Continue reading

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NO Flash Photography!

Our theme for Living Out Loud this month is to tell about something you’ve always wanted to learn. If you could go back to school, money and time not-withstanding, what would you choose? Is there something you’d love to master … Continue reading

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Scattered Memories

Memories…. Light the corners of my mind…. Misty water colored memories… that is actually more how I feel about a lot of memories.  They are misty, water colored…not always vibrant and bright.  The assignment for Living Out Loud this month … Continue reading

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Scarred For Life

I have many scars, some physical, some mental and some emotional. Mostly you don’t see mental or emotional scars although some people wear the pain inflicted by them plainly on their face. Physical scars are usually much more visible unless … Continue reading

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