Achieving Clarity by May is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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What’s it all about?I have been blogging since the beginning of 2011. I began blogging to commemorate my 50th year of life. I write about whatever is in my head at the moment. And thanks to peri-menopause for the moment is about how long I can keep a thought in my head without writing it down.
Making my list and checking it twice on Pinterest…
I am so excited I could pop! Miss Mustard Seed featured my dresser on her Furniture Feature Friday!
- There is no finer investment for any community than putting milk into babies. ~Winston Churchill
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- The act of putting pen to paper encourages pause for thought, this in turn makes us think more deeply about life, which helps us regain our equilibrium. ~N. Platt
- Ah! There is nothing like staying home for real comfort. ~Jane Austin, Emma
Tag Archives: Just thinking
Vanderbilt was one of our stops on the Great Grad School Parade of 2015. Cornelius Vanderbilt is depicted in the sculpture above. He was seventy-nine years old when he contributed the funds that launched Vanderbilt University. The notation on the … Continue reading
Too many people spend their energy building walls. So much effort is put into separating “us” from “them”. Race, lifestyle, religion, politics…each a brick piled one on the other until the wall finally keeps us apart, isolating us from the … Continue reading
It snowed for an entire day. More than anything, I wanted to snap a photo that could catch the flakes as they fell from the sky–to suspend them in time and air. But it was bitterly cold outside, and I … Continue reading
The muse weeps atop the grave of Chopin while holding a broken lyre. Frederic Chopin died in 1849 yet his grave is still visited every day. A crowd gathers bringing flowers and waiting in turn for the chance to snap … Continue reading
The streets, sidewalks, courtyards outside residences and public buildings–cobblestones cover the ground in Paris everywhere you look. It seems as though they’ve been there forever; though they are worn, they never wear out. Curving, swirling or straight as a pin, … Continue reading