Monthly Archives: March 2015

25th Birthday

Uniqueness Today is my youngest daugher’s 25th birthday.  She has grown and matured so much this past year.  She went to school for nursing, but when she graduated she had trouble finding a job in nursing.  She pursued other things. … Continue reading

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Fire

For the past couple of days I have been slicing about my daughter’s move out of Boston. Yesterday my oldest daughter came home to finish some last things before she moves to New Hampshire.  My husband and I along with … Continue reading

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Snow and an angel

We have moved my daughter many, many times, but yesterday was the first time we did it while it was snowing.  It was cold and blustery.  I am thankful I had a hood to keep me dry and to keep … Continue reading

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Moving Again

My daughter has been in her present apartment in Cambridge for the past 3 years.  Since college my husband and I moved her many times since high school including the moving in and out during college.  At one point we … Continue reading

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Reflections on slicing

My strategy for this SLOL Challenge has been to write a slice before going to bed each night and publishing in the early hours of the morning. Last night no ideas were coming to my brain.  I decided that today … Continue reading

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Sleep

A heated discussion before bed. He is out like a light. I try to turn off my thoughts and emotions. He begins a peaceful steady snore. It adds to my sleeplessness. He takes a deep breath between snores. I follow … Continue reading

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Ask for help Busy sending text I have a computer issue Can’t put in the grades Getting late Feeling tired Need to get to bed Waiting, waiting… Give up, frustrated Go to bed Backlash Why are you so impatient? Explain … Continue reading

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