The Street Beside Mine

A rhyming poem about the healing power of nature... kind of.


Charlottesville Protests

Friends, if you read my blog, and you believe in Law of Attraction principles (you get more of what you focus upon), I have a very large, very important favor to ask of you. Please take a moment to picture peace returning in Charlottesville.  Picture a calmness falling over the region, and picture so much …

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Manifestation Amusement 

I manifested onion rings.   Took me a week, and I wasn't actually trying to manifest onion rings, but it happened anyway.  Not just any onion rings.  BK onion rings with Zesty sauce.  Desired them Friday evening, somehow, I find myself eating them Thursday evening. Do you know how long it's been since I've eaten at Burger King?  Neither do I. …

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Audience or Tribe?

Who do you write for? I got to talking to my new friend Sophie (hopelessblog - she's a new blogger, go show some love!), and I realized why this blog seems so different from my previous blogs.  I finally know who I'm writing for. All my previous blogs, I've been wanting to find my tribe, …

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What Synchronicity Looks Like Part II

I wandered farther down the aisle, searching for the Abraham books, the reason I'd chosen to come to the aisle in the first place, but they had lost all interest for me.  There was zero appeal.  I don't think I even removed one fully from the shelf.  I wandered away, and on my way out …

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Wise Woman (A Poem)

Ah! Hello, brilliant! Thought I was going to say 'beautiful', didn't you? Not that you aren't. Beautiful, that is. But your mind... Oh, that mind! That sexy,  .     .brilliant, .     .     .clever, stimmmmulating mind of yours, dear! It thrills me. It takes me places I've only dreamed could exist. …

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