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Category: Philosophical Threads

Quietly, I am here. My inner voice is here more often than I can explain, a dialogue that is constantly running in my head. That inner voice sometimes writes status messages at Facebook, honest, true, a cry into the vacuous flow, and then I carefully copy the words into Evernote instead, burying the voice. But… more…

Amy Philosophical Threads

When I posted earlier this week about ‘threes,’ I was only halfway serious. I was poking fun at myself and the seemingly unrelated string of odd events all in rapid succession. Maybe it is my way of standing up and roaring to the ether that I am still here, still standing, and still fighting even… more…

Amy Featured | Philosophical Threads

A pointless photo, but after making my second full cup, I was thinking about a meeting I had this week. I typically manage to keep a low meeting profile, but before our once-a-month in person staff meeting this week, I agreed to a pre-meeting with a young scientist to talk about social media. She does… more…

Amy Creative Journey | Featured | Philosophical Threads | Quilting
Photo of Kid Journal

[Phone photo: A little journal for a new year.] Waking up on a school morning has never been an easy process for one of my kids. One wakes up at first prompting; the other needs a bullhorn without the bull or horn. While I remember growing up with a light being flashed on and off… more…

Amy Diabetes | Featured | Philosophical Threads | Writing
Playing Magic

Saturday, January 5. Almost a week in, and it feels like it is just now the New Year, as if today should rightly be the start. Much of the last two weeks was spent gathered around the table (my sewing machine and piles of books and bins of fabric and assorted diabetes supplies stacked and… more…

Amy Books | Featured | Games | Philosophical Threads
Hanging with Lights

December 24, 2012 In my house, it is Christmas Eve. A Christmas Eve that slipped upon us, as many of them do. I had plans for this December, and none of them came to fruition. An unexpected week in the hospital changed everything. Luckily, my online shopping was mostly done. Luckily, our tree was up…. more…

Amy Diabetes | Featured | Philosophical Threads