Monthly Archives: March 2011

My Personal Wilderness

Maybe it’s spring fever. Maybe it’s a middle aged crisis. Regardless of the cause, I have the strong urge to take off running and not stopping until I have found my purpose. It’s sounds like a cliche even to me. … Continue reading

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Wisps

It’s happening more and more lately. I get an idea for a post or a poem. I plan to write it down but get distracted as I wash my coffee cup or pick up the socks I left on the … Continue reading

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Bride of Frankenstein

I recently had to get something ugly removed from my face. No, not the surly expression I occasionally get when I have to stay late at work. It was just one of those souvenirs from my youth when I slathered … Continue reading

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Lost and Sometimes Found

I’ve been losing things lately. Today I spent a good amount of time looking for poems I had written in the 90’s. They’re in a red folder and, for the life of me, I can’t put my hands on them. … Continue reading

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Closing In

In exactly 9 weeks and 5 days, I will celebrate my bat mitzah.  Granted, it’s 39 years and 5 months late. But the fact that it’s still happening at all is a testament to hard work and determination. Many of … Continue reading

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Life in between

Fearful of dressing too youthful Cautious not to look like my mother I’m stuck in the twilight zone of middle age Neither young nor old I straddle a delicate line Somewhere between stilettos and orthopedics Lately I feel, well, matronly … Continue reading

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