Eclipse of Bust

I woke up and checked Accuweather on my phone only to discover that the eclipse would be eclipsed by the weather. "Mike, it says here that the cloud cover will be 77%. when the eclipse is supposed to happen." We were going to go Harvest Moon for an eclipse viewing party. Harvest Moon being the bonafide operating Drive-in … Continue reading Eclipse of Bust

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Just in Limbo or I Believe in Myself

Just in Limbo or I Believe in Myself I open my eyes. Startled I sit up and peer over at the small old-fashioned alarm clock complete with numbers, hands and a built-in light sitting atop Mike's night table. 6:15. I lay back down. I'm not taking care of my little 2 ½ year old grandson … Continue reading Just in Limbo or I Believe in Myself

Father’s Day and Jung’s archetypes

For Father's day I will expound on Jung's archetypes, specifically the father archetype and the collective unconscious.  I have  hesitated to write on a subject for which I think I know little and Jung's theories are just such a topic.  However, it is a topic that I felt drawn to when I first learned of … Continue reading Father’s Day and Jung’s archetypes

On the Journey Towards Life Purpose

We were sitting in Steakhouse 100, the four of us, the smell of steak wafting up from our dinner plates. Actually just the guys. We women had salads. But I could smell that steak Mike had from across the table. “So,” I said, “I found this guy, Richard Under on the internet. He wrote this … Continue reading On the Journey Towards Life Purpose

Finding the silver lining even in the worst of times

I wrote about God winking last Sunday ready to start my week with the power of coincidence guiding my life till Monday night.  It started with a headache turning to all over body aches quite quickly.  Tuesday was not much better.  I took 2 IB every four hours hoping beyond hope that I would get … Continue reading Finding the silver lining even in the worst of times