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Day 357: Stitch

I was driving back to my mother-in-law’s house this evening, after having spent the day in Atlanta running a couple of errands and visiting with friends. It was pouring down rain, with lightning flashing across the night sky. The roads … Continue reading

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Day 348: Trust

It took me 348 days to get to trust? I have written before about why I try to avoid projecting–mostly it’s because for me, I tend to see storm clouds on the horizon, no matter how sunny the day. And … Continue reading

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Day 346: Forget

Oh I am sure I could make up all sorts of fancy sounding excuses, but here’s the bottom line: On Day 346, I forgot to write an entry. If some of my “pass” entries have left me feeling guilty, you … 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 325: Agree

Well, it’s been an exhausting back and forth during this “due diligence” period, with more than a couple of extensions on that two week window. But tonight, all that financial ping pong has come to a close. We have a … Continue reading

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Day 319: Reposition

I think I’ve probably quoted Emerson enough over the past 45 weeks, so I will leave it to you to find the “life only avails” passage on your own–but once again, I find myself reflecting on the wonders of “becoming,” … Continue reading

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Day 309: Notice

Two points of notice today: First: There I was–once again walking across campus, totally oblivious to everything around me. Yup, reading email too. But I caught myself, and forced myself to come to a complete standstill. I turned around slowly, … Continue reading

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