Slay It Forward

Last week, it had to have been Monday or Tuesday, all these vehicles decorated for a parade, using their hazard lights and stretching about 1/4 mile came up our street. Windows were down, music turned up, lots of hellos and waving as streamers and posterboard signs from the teachers from our local elementary school saying […]

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Slay It Forward

Under normal circumstances, I find writing to be cathartic. I enjoy, it helps to clear my head, brings me peace. Lately, I’ve found myself with an unusual abundance of time, and a great deal to say. However, in the madness, my musings seem unimportant, my opinions inconsequential. It seems that anything written now should be […]

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Solidarity In Solitude

When I was living in the dark I spent a lot of time in solitude. As my disease got worse, I isolated more, out of fear you would notice and judge me, and also because my head told me that I was better off alone. It’s been over 14 years ago since I found the […]

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Slay It Forward

The woman’s shirt read “Homeless: The fastest way of becoming a nobody.” That was the message that inspired a touching photo in North Carolina. Officer Michael Rivers, of the Goldsboro Police Department, was pictured sharing a moment of compassion with a person in need. He was on his lunch break when he came upon a homeless […]

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! Balance is the key to everything. What we think, do, say, eat, feel, they require awareness, and through this awareness we can grow. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Slay It Forward

I know I usually write poetry. At least I think I do, but there are people who think if you don’t have ten thousand followers you don’t know how to write. Poetry. Or prose. Or much of anything. Maybe that’s true. But today in all the madness, in the sudden of fear that can surprise […]

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Be Informed, Not Consumed

It is easy, in times of crises and fear, to get consumed by news and information. When we feel unsettled about what’s to come and what could come for us and our families we seek answers. In this day and age we have access to information 24/7 from a variety of different sources and from […]

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