I’m Not Dead. … Well, Maybe on the Inside

Hello. I haven’t posted here since January. The update I was referring to then has not happened STILL, and it bothers me. I’ve been trying to get my content hosted somewhere other than WordPress. Not going into details: It hasn’t happened and it might never happen if some people won’t co-operate. As for right now,

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They’ve swallowed up a whole continent, but people who have a taste for freedom aren’t easily conquered. –  The bark of the Bog Owl ~ Jonathan Rogers   Ten years of peace and leisure. In our comfort, we have forgotten that virtue is hard. In our wealth, we have forgotten that freedom is expensive.  –  The bark…… Continue reading Commonplace Book 34

Commonplace Book 33

Look back, Worry forward and anyone can become unstable. – Benedict Cumberbatch   One may smile and smile and yet be a villain. – Hamlet ~ William Shakespeare   There is nothing food nor bad but thinking makes it so. – Hamlet ~ William Shakespeare   Words without thought, to heaven, never go. – Hamlet ~ William Shakespeare  …… Continue reading Commonplace Book 33

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There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle the other is as though everything is a miracle – Albert Einstein   It is one of the blessings of an old friend that you can afford to be stupid with them. – Ralph Waldo Emerson   Friendship is the…… Continue reading Commonplace Book 32

Commonplace Book 31

Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later. – Mary Bly   There is something about the presence of a cat that seems to take the bite out of being alone. – Louise J Camut   Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once…… Continue reading Commonplace Book 31

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Nature is the art of God – Ralph Waldo Emerson   To me, a lush carpet of pine needles or a spongy grass is more welcome than the most luxurious Persian rug. – Helen Keller   And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.…… Continue reading Commonplace Book 30