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The Stamp House

As far back as I can remember, snippets of verse pop into my head. Sometimes I actually write them down (on whatever is handy – grocery receipts, envelopes, iPhone notepad). Sometimes I actually write a complete (“complete”) poem and do something with it. “The Stamp House” came to me on a Saturday morning, and I […]

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This Wind Though

It’s the last day of National Poetry Month, and the wind has been howling here in Boulder for three days. It’s been an obnoxious wind making me wonder if it’s worth it to live here. In honor of the wind and National Poetry Month, I’ll share a draft of a poem I wrote on a […]

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Fall Back

Today was a glorious outside day. levitra online no prescription We took our kids and 4 neighborhood kids to the park where I ran 3 miles. So, whoop-de-doo, you say? Well, I’ve had plantar fasciitis since July. PF took over my life in a cruel way. I didn’t want to walk to the kitchen for […]

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Doggy Dash 5K

We adopted a dog this summer. Lilly is a 9-year old dachshund-beagle mix. She’s really good at escaping from our fence, and she’s really fast, much like her adopted father. Well, of course she fits right into our active family. David signed her up for the Doggy Dash 5K. That sweet girl ran the whole […]

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It’s a Major Award

I never win anything, and technically, I still didn’t win anything. I nominated Elijah’s teacher, Michael Massad, for Mix 94.7 & Whataburger’s “Austin’s Favorite Teacher” contest. Well, he won! They picked my nomination. I was giddy because Mr. Massad deserves this award. I wish I had my nomination letter to post. More Photos (you’ll have […]

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i carry your heart

A forgotten post waits for an uploaded pic penned may 17 =========================================== i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) I shared those lines from the famous poem with Joshua tonight. I had written them years ago to my father on Father’s Day (back in college when I had no money […]

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Anniversary Poems

For David Peach blossoms bloom a soft pink smile to you and me. Wedding day tribute. This poem is from our wedding, read by Aron during the ceremony. “At the Wedding March” by Gerard Manley Hopkins GOD with honour hang your head, Groom, and grace you, bride, your bed With lissome scions, sweet scions, Out […]

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