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Since August 13, 2008
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I have always loved to write, whether it be lyrics to piano pieces I compose, or those dreaded essays that were assigned though my University degrees. Perhaps the most influential person upon how I write was my thesis advisor, Dr. C. Norman, who taught me (which I am sure wasn't an easy task), that as writers we use too many words rather than too few. While I was writing my Thesis, I believed that this lack of words would be the end of me.......but, when I defended it, there were only 72 pages, which Dr. Norman said was "all informative, none superlative." While my career is in another field, I still love to write, and here I am!
    Rated: E · Family · #1638959
    An early Mothers Day "Appreciation" piece; written for an awesome Mom who now is gone.
    Rated: 13+ · Other · #1636300
    A look at life utilizing an analogy to "sailing."
    Rated: · Family · #1634661
    A mother's thoughts for her sons as she thinks about her life, and their growth.
    Rated: 13+ · Romance/Love · #1634539
    An older woman, looking back finds she's lost all hope of ever feeling loved.
    Rated: 18+ · Experience · #1631296
    Author speculating about the difficulties in life when one is disabled.
    Rated: E · Other · #1631058
    A reminder that it is important to keep one's feelings in perspective.
    Rated: 13+ · Personal · #1631042
    These will be a collection of letters to either "real" people who are gone, or to groups.
    Rated: · Other · #1626277
    A brief look inside a disabled person's struggle to find meaning in life.
    Rated: 13+ · Inspirational · #1626276
    A retrospective of what we take for granted everyday, offering hope for those afflicted.
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