An Open Letter to …

Photo by Balu00e1zs Benjamin on Pexels.com There has been so much loss in my life recently, and it is hard to keep my head clear. I find myself overwhelmed to the point of suffocation. Each new offense adds another dark brick atop an already precarious tower, threatening to topple the whole thing down around me. …

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Dinner Time!

Tonight is steak dinner night, my favorite! My husband Jimmy loves to spoil me. As his sous chef, I take my position at the cutting board; he heads to the garden outback with a pair of scissors. We need fresh herbs for the morel mushroom sauce. I pulled the handle of the potato drawer down by my feet and reached for the half-empty sack hidden inside, putting it on the counter next to the cutting board....

Through Mimic’s Eyes

Photo by Skitterphoto on Pexels.com I wanted to be as far away from her as I could. Her stillness and grey complexion made me queasy. There was a faint shadow of darkness hovering above her. It was barely visible now. It had been fading since she was taken away by the paramedics, that was last …

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8 Lessons I Learned Failing My First Podcast

Photo by Tommy Lopez on Pexels.com Running a podcast is not easy, even though it sounds pretty straight forward. If you don’t have a plan going in, you’re not likely to get beyond one or two episodes, and you aren’t likely going to get many listeners. These are the lessons I learned by failing my …

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