Monthly Archives: July 2014

playing in the street

Yesterday I saw the chalk drawings in our neighbor’s driveway and was delighted by the hearts and peace signs and messy, spectacular, brilliant art her daughter left for all of us to enjoy. This morning I realized that was one … Continue reading

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showing up

This past weekend I tried to show up as a legit, official, recognized and real blogger. I attended the 10th Annual BlogHer Conference, known as the grand hooha of social blogging events. It was in San Jose, close by, and … Continue reading

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practicing flex(ability)

Today I am double dipping and sharing a piece I wrote for fifty|fifty vision. I had this idea last spring, and have been writing it on and off for several months.  I feel like at this age I should be … Continue reading

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welcome to my (blogging) identity crisis

Have you noticed? I seem to be everywhere but here lately? Yeah, I kind of miss me too. We’ve established that I am a purveyor of the next shiny thing. And that I do love a new project. And the … Continue reading

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real life with a little light and joy

Seriously, real life kicked us in the butt last week. We’ve had a cycle of bad/worrisome news about family health, and lost one of Steve’s oldest friends to cancer (though let it be known that Bob Meyer was a warrior … Continue reading

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anniversary weekend, part two

So, we’re finally onto the weekend part of the weekend. The two-day part of the four-day part. And I have to say, I really like the four-day version of the two-day weekend. On Saturday, Steve took at 30 mile bike … Continue reading

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the best two-day weekend is a four-day weekend

The truth is, Steve and I forgot we had an anniversary until after we bought the baseball tickets. And then it took us some time to do the math and realize it was a significant anniversary that deserved a significant … Continue reading

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