Monthly Archives: October 2012

Mind: Fresh, Innocent, Ageless?

Today I read a quote from J. Krishnamurti: “The mind that dies every day to the memories of yesterday, to all the joys and sorrows of the past, such a mind is fresh, innocent, it has no age.” This quote … Continue reading

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The Yonder Mountain Harvest Festival

The Yonder Mountain Harvest Festival came and went, from October 11-13.  A beautiful spot in the hills off the Arkansas Pig Trail is now a muddy mess, no doubt.  I went on Friday, as it rained, wearing my gardening boots … Continue reading

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Living Vicariously

Living alone as I do, for as long as I have, I must admit that some of my happiest times come about by my living vicariously.  Being around couples in love gives me a kind of nourishment that is mild … Continue reading

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Wavering

This morning I thought I had a client to go assist.  I was dressed, ready to go, but then the phone rang.  My client called to say she would no longer need my help; she is doing so much better.  … Continue reading

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Early Winter?

Brrr!  It is cold today!  This seems early for it to be this cold.  Are we going to have an early winter?  Unfortunately, I am not ready for this. With a clogged chimney, I cannot build a fire.  Even though … Continue reading

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Looking for Laughter

Is there anything about that might elicit some laughter here? I would love to die laughing, the way I heard my old friend, Jesse, died.  His wife said he was sitting in his easy chair one afternoon, which was about … Continue reading

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