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Category Archives: On the Lighter Side
Carol A. Hand Editing a 400-page book manuscript is proving to be a rollercoaster ride through topics and emotions. I began keeping a journal to record the journey. It allows me the space I need to process thoughts and feelings … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand *** “Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds that you plant.” (Robert Louis Stevenson) *** *** What seeds can I plant today surrounded by a blustery snowy icy sea blocking access … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Frigid air and fluffy snow Grateful there’s no place I need to go What’s the wisest choice today? Instead of whining, go out and play Reach out and gather fallen star-flakes Behold tiny miracles – that’s really … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand I’ve always been stylish Wouldn’t you say? Gotta love this old jacket Still can’t throw it away Twenty-five plus years later stained and beginning to fray it continues serving its purpose keeping cold winds at bay May … Continue reading
Carol A. Hand Sometimes, I just feel an irrepressible urge to be silly. It seems as though we are all so weighed down by troubling events in the world right now. After posting a serious poem this morning, I looked … Continue reading