Monthly Archives: October 2016

Talking with Strangers

I can still remember the words. “Don’t talk to strangers.” We are reminded of these instructions when we are young to keep us safe. But we get older. Sometimes these words remain. We go about our lives. We keep to … Continue reading

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The Librarian and the Library of Memories and Thoughts

I am considering placing a help wanted ad. Help wanted: The Librarian for the library of my memories and thoughts. Not just any Librarian. A cool Librarian like my friend Deb (the nocturnal librarian). Duties include cataloging all of my old memories and … Continue reading

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The More

It is hard to explain. There is something out there. Calling us. Whispering. “Wake up.” “Don’t settle.” “There is more.” It is easy to find a rut. Easy to give up or give in, and stop trying something new. Easy … Continue reading

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LLKA (Life Lane Keep Assist)

(Icon Created by Richard Nixon from the Noun Project) Our cars have become technology powerhouses. Cars remind you where they parked, describe alternative routes to upcoming traffic, make noise when you get too close to the curb, brake to prevent collision, and … Continue reading

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