Tag Archives: letting go

Day 365: Still

I still have so many boxes squirreled away that still need unpacking. And I still have lots and lots of stuff in storage, which some day I will need to sort through again. And I still have clutter piling up … Continue reading

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Day 363: Miss

“Miss” is not for missing a post yesterday–I actually had a blog entry written, and I thought I had hit “Publish,” but apparently not…. No, “miss” has two other meanings for me today. I suppose part of what I’m feeling … Continue reading

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Day 358: Unexpect

Yes, another–and perhaps the last–in a long line of grammatical abuses, all in the name of verbification…. Tonight is Christmas Eve. I come from an Italian family, and without question, Christmas Eve is a big deal. As a family, we … Continue reading

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Day 355: Refrain

Hoo boy–we can go all the way back to Day 13 on this one…. As I’ve said many a times on this blog: I’m hardly a Luddite. A good portion of what I do professionally involves writing and thinking about … Continue reading

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Day 333: Turn Over

Today I met the family that will be moving into my old house. I stopped by to pack up and/or stow away our last remaining possessions, and then I turned over the house key. It’s a very good feeling, no … Continue reading

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Day 330: Dislocate

So I am back in Georgia for the holiday. We are staying about an hour south of Atlanta, with my mother-in-law, but most of today I spent back in Atlanta, taking care of a few details at the old house … Continue reading

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Day 308: Disengage

How appropriate: today is Election Day in the United States, and I have had my share of politics to deal with. As is always the case, the specifics aren’t as important as the broad strokes. Suffice it to say: I … Continue reading

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