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Aspergers- What You Don’t See

Being a mom of a daughter with Asperger’s is hard– really hard. Every day presents new challenges. I discover new speed bumps and potholes in daily living. Sometimes I spend an abundance of time racking my brain to come up with new creative coping skills…

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Haiku Sunday (97)

Arachnid Look how fine she spins And wins the fight between Fine food and fodder.       Photo credit…

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Gavreel

Gavreel He was fragile, fearful and fatigued. She was calm, cool and comforting. He had always been very good at…

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Truths about Travel

Sure the nomadic life is the ultimate lifestyle. However, it comes with a few ugly truths most don’t take the time to consider. These 10 truths about traveling can make or break trips, or even worse, stop you before you even get out of the gate.

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Invest in Yourself

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Haiku Sunday (96)

Dahlias Delightful Dahlias, Dazzling depths of dark orange, Dandy and Dashing.

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The Art Of The Edge

While this isn’t my usual genre, I was asked to write an article for Whidbey Life Magazine about Whidbey Island’s…

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Make 2019 Your Debt Free Year!

If you have set a goal to take control of your finances, get out of debt and start saving, 2019…

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The Midnight Train

Signaling the departure of your stay, Hungry for dark, you feel the midnight train Lurch, stretch, jostle, strain, and sway As…

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Dare!

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Haiku Sunday (92-95)

Oktoberfest My Oktoberfest Began with a mug of beer, Ice cold and frothy. My Oktoberfest, Packed with singing and swilling,…

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Just To Be With You

Romance me, Autumn, with the changing of your leaves. Breathe on me the woodsy scents carried on your breeze. Kiss…

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Nomad

Highways and byways And long lonely nights. Sunbeams and river streams, Rough seas and stones. Friendless and sleepless, No tent…

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Bronwyn

Sometimes you just want to write a story. Bronwyn leaned back after hours of slumping over her papers. She was displeased…

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Cultivating a Slow Life

Over the past year, I’ve been making a real effort to slow down and appreciate the little things in life….

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Haiku Sunday (91)

Promises Underneath the tree, He promised me a future, Better than the past.      

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Vegan Mushroom Risotto

This is an easy, delicious meal that’s creamy and full of flavor. Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 2 shallots 6…

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​Isn’t it time?

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Here I Stay and Wait

Spaces among the stars, Warm beaches near the sun, Save your precious beauty; Cast no light upon my fragile heart….

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What to Do If You Are Robbed on Holiday

Here are nine things you should pack before you leave on your trip. Make sure to keep these in a safe place while you’re traveling! As the old adage goes, “It’s better to be safe than sorry!” Taking a few precautions ahead of time can save you a world of hassle later on.

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Haiku Sunday (89-90)

Summer and Autumn Embrace and dance together, Passing the baton. Their colors kissing, An annual fleeting romance, But oh how…

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Vegan “Pulled Pork”

Pulled bbq carrots are the vegan’s answer to pulled pork. They’re so savory, delicious, and easy! Plus they are healthy!…

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Speak No Evil

In a world where bullying is so pervasive, we could all stand to be a little kinder, to be a…

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Finding Peace in Travel

We live in a world that pulls us in a dozen different directions. Finding peace in our lives can be…