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23 June 2015 Forever is composed of nows. ~ Emily Dickinson ‘Ordinary’ sounds mundane, uninteresting, commonplace by definition. Waking up on an ‘ordinary’ morning, it’s easy for me to take the day for granted, to move on into … Continue reading
I’m trying to slow down. It’s not easy. I have some Type A. I love efficiency. I love crossing things off lists. I like to hoe the row all the way to the end, preferably without interruptions. I make SuperWoman … Continue reading