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Mother's Day K Pilkerton

Send that Gift…to a Mother Who Needs It!

It’s Mother’s Day. When Anna Jarvis trademarked the name in 1912, it is said that she specifically wanted it to be singular, rather than plural. Her intent was that individual Mothers would be celebrated, not all of the Mothers in the world.* I don’t have the imagination to think of each individual Mother in the world. For that […]

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Retirement Living

A Women’s Circle

…culture has tried to keep us all afraid, to make us choose safety instead of risk, sameness instead of diversity. Moving through that […]

Freedom – Day Two

Freedom – Day 2 The truth is that the end of quarantine is not as exciting as it would seem. Yesterday was a […]

Quarantine – Day 39

“We are excited to announce that the dining room service and group activities will resume on Monday, February 14, 2022.” Sometimes it seems […]

Life , Love and Parenting

Unconditonal Love

To my grandchildren, “We all have the seeds of love and compassion in our minds, and we can develop these fine and wonderful sources of energy. We can […]

The Women I Like

Many people will walk in and out of your life, but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart. Eleanor Roosevelt I have re-published posts before, but […]

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You Might Want to Know

I can see, I can see!?!

Cataracts are interesting. Because I have multiple vision issues the doctors have watched the progression fairly regularly. Many years ago, I had onlya few signs of cataracts and I was somewhat complacent and a little bit arrogant about […]

Today I Am a Cripple

“A seemingly simple task…feels like multitasking to someone who suffers from hemiplegia or has only one hand.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana I don’t use that term easily, even about myself. I think it is an odious epithet that should […]

Them’s the Breaks…

Well, I was really lucky for a long time wasn’t I? I have fallen down a lot in my life. I am a darter and have historically moved before I thought. It didn’t matter when I was younger […]

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My Life Class

Intellectual and Spiritual Connection

I need more connection. I have always been a seeker – looking for meaning and importance and every moment of my life. But now I am a bit needy. Maybe it’s […]

Being Enough

“If my aim is to prove that I am ‘enough’ the project goes on to infinity – because the battle was already lost on the day I conceded the issue was […]

Me and My Shadow

I’ve heard about the shadow in the last half of my life but I have only recently begun to do some work. I have known that looking through the lens of […]

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