Mediocre Really?

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Photo by Jo Jo on Unsplash

Living a quiet mediocre life does not bring the peace I crave.  For decades I listened to the words of those screaming into the nearest microphone.  I responded with silence.  The louder they screamed, the more I retreated to the middle of the road.  I neither agree nor disagree. Continue reading “Mediocre Really?”

Updating Milly,

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Photo by Holly Mandarich on Unsplash

Happy February!  Welcome back to Milly’s Realm.  On New Year’s Day, I didn’t have a plan.  I needed time to grasp 2020.  The dream is no longer a planning exercise.  Everyone in the Realm is hitting the ground running!  The Princes are in school and everyone is working.  All my ‘impossible’ dreams are under construction! Continue reading “Updating Milly,”

Limitations

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Caught this week on a rainy drive home: God’s Bow within the Storm Clouds (Photo by Milly Moss)

This week I found my writing meandering.  Then the words stopped.  I spent this week dreading each day ahead of me imagining what would happen tomorrow.  What are they going to say?  What if I said this?  I could not stop my mind from playing out scenarios. Continue reading “Limitations”

Slipping into the New Year

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(Video by Milly Moss – Jan 7, 2020)

I thought I would step easily into 2020.  No such luck.  Here in Milly’s Realm, I’m feeling unsure of my footing.  The journey’s path is as slippery as the snow turned to ice on the driveway yesterday morning.

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Writing with Him

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To the Finish… Finish… Finish line… (Photo by Ray Hennessy on Unsplash)

Can you imagine writing with God?  I thought I could until I got myself bogged down in the 2019 NaNoWriMo challenge. I almost quit a few times during the thirty-day marathon.  So what’s the verdict?  Did my fingers walk across the finish line? Continue reading “Writing with Him”