Month: August 2014

Things, Places Not As They Seem

On Tuesday, my Inevitable Coffee Ring for the post (Finding the Nerve) was clear and simple. It was about the Great New York State Fair, types patrons you would see at the fair were talked about, facing fears and pursuing passions, thrill rides were mentioned, and the moment before the coaster’s speedy descent and travel…

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Thrice Thursday

It’s that time, folks. Insight into both posts today. Yeah, about that. So, I’ll keep this third post really short. Over at SNT, which is turning into my new home rather than the WordPress world — for this, I am sorry. Today’s post is a two-fer, because second guessing got the best of me after writing…

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Insight From Dilemma

This week has been rapid fire, busy, and … well, emotional. There was no intention on even updating this week. Readers know how to find my other and “focused” blog, The Inevitable Coffee Ring, through Syracuse New Times.  The post on Tuesday can’t really be talked about, and insight cannot be given about it — it will…

foggy encouragement

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In Park

Why do we feel compelled to take pictures of things that are so numbing and irrelevant to anything? The artist may say that they find art in the simplistic of things. There is no personal designation as artist. Concepts are to be found, however. A bouquet of metaphors need to be placed in a vase…

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Writing Oddly

Welcome to the morning stretch. You can sit there; your mind is the focus today. It’s been addressed before, writing blocks and funks. We, any of us, can embrace it and focus on a different project (we really do have different projects that need attention in our work) to keep our mind going. Not doing will…

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Staring Out a Window

Plagued this week. Feeling the S-waves from the accident, supposedly. A sneeze shook my body, a pain in the chest has resonated since. There is fear to sneeze. And therefore. There is a great inability to sit still, to sit and read and catch up with the digital world, because it’s not in front of…

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