New Perspectives of The Old

Having houseguests always provides the opportunity to re-visit some familiar sights and take the time to find a new way of approaching it, rediscover the fundamentals, and in the end, view the entire place with a completely new attitude, which is often much easier said than done.

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No More Sandcastles

Am so tired of building up my intricate sandcastles only to have them kicked down by the waves of passers-by in my life. If there is one thing grief, loss and tragedy have taught me is that it is time to stop building sandcastles.

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The First Man In My Life

Our was far from being the perfect father-daughter relationship, and we had more than our fair share of difficult moments, but he was my first anchor. Showing emotion was never his strength, nor was opening up to talk, but he was always there for me. When he could no longer walk or talk, he made sure he would a way to communicate.

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Poetry of Movement

There was something about the solitary creature that moved me and transformed the photography session into a prayerful moment. 

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Post-Valentine Sour Grapes

Why do you have to wait for February 14th to tell someone that you care about them or want to bring them flowers? Love and affection need no special holiday of their own because they are part and parcel of who you are. 

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My Hemingway Moment

it was the ultimate writer's dream that danced a beautiful pas de deux with photography, in tune with the world and my inner thoughts. For this singular moment, my world was intact, whole, and I was at peace.

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Prague Diaries: All In A Day's Walk

Prague is definitely a city to discover on foot. There are so many details to focus your attention on, and if you are the type like me who prefers to walk off the beaten track, then you will find yourself surrounded by the most charming company. 

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