Category Archives: Love Thickly

Through My Fingers

Hi. It's me. 😊 I've come to share a poem I wrote recently. Not all writing is pub'd - but this piece will be. (If you're hearing an echo of "Not all heroes wear capes," that's what I was going for. 😊) In time for poetry month, too! I'm thinking it'll make the after-Fourteen-to-Fortyish collection.…
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An Act of Kindness Every Day – Part I

August is special around here. Glad you asked. Blog anniversary month! Eight years, baby! Yeah, I'm thankful. Here's an idea I'm hoping - and working - to bring to life. For the next year, I will record one act of kindness I've noticed each day. I don't go looking for it, although, I believe, were…
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Because Touch Matters

I've written about that time my niece and I spent Valentine's Day Eve. It was last year, actually. That experience possessed a few more gems than I have so far cared to share - until now. I've also written in several spaces that I notice hands and fingers, and the way they hold things -…
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It Takes a Certain Kind of Courage

On a previous occasion, or two, I've mentioned an insight one of my co-workers shared years ago as we got wind of someone's behaviour. Simply, he observed, "It takes a certain kind of person."  Since then, I've repeated that gem to myself, sometimes in my mind, sometimes audibly. It really does help to assuage rising feelings…
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