Poetry Fix: What We Miss

What We Miss by Sarah Man­gu­so Who says it’s so easy to save a life? In the mid­dle of an inter­view for the job you might get you see the cat from the win­dow of the sev­en- teenth floor just as he’s crossing…

Where?

This won’t hurt much by Ter­ry Jones For some time now, I’ve been try­ing to find out where my son goes after choir prac­tice. He sim­ply refus­es to tell me. He says it’s no busi­ness of mine where he goes after…

A Milestone

Yester­day, sam­bear and shad­owkatt spent much time out in the world. When they returned, they pre­sent­ed me with my first cane. Tech­ni­cal­ly, it isn’t a cane. It’s a “walk­ing stick” or a “trekking pole” or some­thing like that. It’s made by…

Squee!

sam­bear got a PC set up in the kitchen and it’s great! My only desire, real­ly, was that it dis­play the fam­i­ly cal­en­dar all the time. It seems that some­body is always ask­ing me about plans, and I have to refer…

It Feels Later Than That

I did­n’t get near­ly enough DONE this week­end, but I’m very tired any­way. On the plus side: all of curiousmay9’s kitchen gear is here now. Togeth­er, the four of us went through just about every­thing in the kitchen while putting…

Sunday Poetry

Poems by Frank O’Hara, from The Select­ed Poems of Frank O’Hara. Poem Light clar­i­ty avo­ca­do sal­ad in the morn­ing after all the ter­ri­ble things I do how amaz­ing it is to find for­give­ness and love, not even for­give­ness since what is…

Authentic Happiness: Creativity

This is a pret­ty good newslet­ter, and I thought y’all might be espe­cial­ly inter­est­ed in this par­tic­u­lar issue. “Get­ting To Know Cre­ativ­i­ty” Vol­ume 2, Num­ber 12 This is an E‑newsletter sent to those who reg­is­ter at http://www.authentichappiness.org or http://www.authentichappinesscoaching.com. This E‑newsletter is…

Not Really Progress


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Until 1962, the Catholic canon law clear­ly spelled out pun­ish­ments for priests who were sex­u­al­ly abu­sive in any way. Then, not only were the rules changed to be more secre­tive, but the doc­u­ment itself was sup­posed to be a secret,…

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