Light Musings: Reflections from My Inner Sanctuary

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Someone else’s nail winds up in your tire and before you can say “psssst” the road of life gifts you with a flat. It rarely . . .

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We may have been more like Tom Sawyer than Lewis and Clark as we made our way to the river, . . .

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Ever have days when you feel like the class dunce? I do. Those occasions are slightly more embarrassing when they occur in public places where . . . .

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“For crying out loud!” I heard myself muttering these words after the two-cycle engine of my small garden tiller refused to crank. I know . . .

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“Be careful what you ask for . . . !” Cautionary advice like this statement was liberally sprinkled throughout my childhood. Honestly, it was often offered . . .

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The first day all the ice melted from our driveway so I could walk down to the small creek that runs through the property was an uplifting day! Soon after, I went “off road,” walking through the woods that surround our house. . .

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Turtle soup. Now that was to be a different experience for me. I had known people who accidentally caught turtles while pond fishing and wondered what to do with them. Where I was raised, children were warned that if a snapping turtle bit their finger . . .

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One cartoon character who simultaneously inspired and disappointed me during my youth was a corncob pipe smoking sailor by the name of Popeye. Sure, his grammar left something to be desired, but . . .

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The image of fine lines occupies my thoughts these days. I’m not thinking of geometry problems or lead sizes in pencils. Rather, it is the ever so slight boundaries in life . . .

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