Here’s a great post from Anne which reminds us that no matter what our struggle there are others struggling too but if we try we can help each other and make it through.

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#TarotTuesday – 2 of Cups

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Welcome to another Tarot Tuesday!

If you are just joining me, let me explain the inspiration to begin these posts. In Texas, and all across the country, Taco Tuesday is a popular day when Tacos are usually 99 cents. So, I had the inspiration, or Angel nudge as I like to think of it, to create a Tarot Tuesday. Each Tuesday I will post a different Tarot card and give its meaning. I pray and ask for the right card that will bring a universal message.

I created a short video to demonstrate how I pull the card for the posts. If you’re interested, here’s a LINK.

Today’s card is from the Minor Arcana and is the Two of Cups.

The keywords for this card are: Unified love, partnership, and mutual attraction.

The two of Cups is the flow of love between two people. With this card, you…

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Mending Relationships #Fiction #Tuesday Tidbit #Excerpt

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Can a broken friendship be fixed? In the following excerpt from The Red Dress, my main character, Eve, has just met her best friend by chance twenty-five years after catching her in the act with her boyfriend. They decide to eat together.


The cafe was nearly deserted. Without thinking, Eve and Adele found seats at the counter, as they’d  done years ago after school.

“Well, what do we have here?” said Virginia, emerging from the kitchen wearing a broad grin. “It’s  just like old times, isn’t it? I’ll bet you girls want chocolate shakes with whipped cream and a  cherry, right?”

Both women laughed, and Adele said, “I’ll also have your meatloaf special, if there’s any left.”

“There sure is,” said Virginia. She bustled about, putting ingredients for the milkshakes into an  electric mixer. “Miss Eve, I don’t suppose you want a second helping of meatloaf.”

Eve chuckled…

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#ShortWrytz : Fractal Loving

Sun in Gemini

(Above: Blue skies near Sizergh – April 2020)

I confess, I’m in love with the sky…

A strange opening to a blog post, I know, but, when I came to think about my photographic relationship with the sky, it was simply one of love.

“Look up!” The admonition was from Sue Vincent, one of my fellow Directors of the Silent Eye, when talking about churches and what lies above the normal eye-level. It’s a good watchword… and the same can be said about the sky. Ever new, like life, it’s as fascinating in winter as it is in spring or summer.

In winter it’s dramatic and you get those huge vistas that seem to go on forever above the Earth’s surface. In spring, you get the softness of the deep blues and the candy-floss whiteness of the clouds that deliver a feeling of sheer excitement that the infinitely-recharging energy of…

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Memorial Day 2020

Jewniquely Myself

No words possible

Only silence remembers

Love is Shalom

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Connections: Teens-Work-Money

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Hello everyone,

Welcome to Monday’s Post from our favorite child psychologist, Dr. Valerie Allen, with some timely advice on helping your teens make the transition from childhood to adulthood. Dr. Allen, take it away…

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Dr. Valerie Allen

As teens approach adulthood there some basic aspects of independent living they must learn before heading out into the big world beyond family, friends, and high school. Responsibilities and expectations often go undiscussed. In regard to financial matters many teens seem to believe somehow the Good Fairy will provide. To prepare your teen for the risks and rewards he or she will be facing here are some talking points:

  1. Life at 18+: What are your expectations for your adult child? Do you plan to allow him/her to continue to live at home? What house rules will you have in place? If violated, what are the consequences? Will you be strong…

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New Week Inspiration ❤️🌟 . . . This new day is too dear

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