Tag Archives: Living in the light

Pour Me a Glass of That, Buddy

The verb “collaborate” is popular today.  It’s primary definition, according to Merriam-Webster, means to “work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor.”  Yet according to a search engine “use over time” chart, the word is approaching “peak … Continue reading

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In the Light

The lights are back on. Many authors have written about “the light” and how to live in it.  These are all just mental existential meanderings until the darkness falls.  Prepare for the darkness while there’s still light. Today.

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I Am Not a Country Music Singer

I made a little faux pas after dinner on Friday night.  I won’t go into elaborate detail, but I turned the figurative conversational steering wheel into a precarious twist; a little bit of schoolgirl stupid-ness slipped out as the car … Continue reading

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The Dark Days of August

One of my friends refers to this time of year as “The Dark Days of August.”  She coined the phrase when her two sons were still in elementary school.  I suppose when you have two young boys running around your … Continue reading

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