The Week In Seven Photos

There was a moment this week with another day of dreary gray skies and the talk of diets, organization and taxes constantly on the news that I thought no wonder January is such a long month.  I’ve always believed in maintaining balance, somedays that does require a chocolate chip cookie in each hand (especially if…

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Ageless Or Aging Musings #4

A woman may find herself over the years waving goodbye to a favorite miniskirt, smiling at the red dress in the back of the closet, never parting with memorable jerseys and cringing at the 80’s memories of perms and shoulder pads.

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Weathered Layers

They had weathered many storms together, each one slightly eroding the strength of their roots, exposing another layer of broken promises and leaving little strength to pick-up the broken pieces.  The paper-thin strands of bark matched the paleness of her shaking hands as she leaned against the old birch and wondered when the next storm…

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Perpetual Motion

Standing on this island, I feel the perpetual motion of things—the tides, birds, seals, fish, shoreline, even myself.  It seems to me that the task of the unfinished woman is to acknowledge her life as a work in progress, allowing each passage, evolution, experience to offer wisdom for the soul. A Year By The Sea…

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Dedicated to the Women Who Walk Alone

“The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before” (Photos by A Curious Introvert) Throughout life we find ourselves defined by a lifetime of labels, some of our own choosing and others…

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