Monthly Archives: June 2011

photo challenge: refreshing

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gardens

I’ve had a lot of gardens in my life.  When I was small, we had a fertile garden in the back yard.  It was a big vegetable garden that spread into our neighbors’ yard; me and my parents and our … Continue reading

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wordpress prompt: what you have lost recently?

A small black pearl (half a pair of broken earrings). A pretty silver ring. It may have been washed down a drain and is far underground now. Certain fears: loving more freely now. Shame about unemployment; there’s nothing I did … Continue reading

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time

Meditation on the passage of time. And the vehicle is unemployment: I look at time differently when I’m not working. An hour that you’re not paid for passes at the same chronological speed as one you are paid for, but … Continue reading

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Dream interpreter

“Dreams are private myths. Myths are public dreams.” -Joseph Campbell As I am halfway through and completely absorbed in Carl Jung’s “Man & His Symbols,” required reading for anyone who is even remotely interested in the individual and collective unconscious, … Continue reading

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photo challenge: worn

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wordpress photo challenge: morning

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Stupid things I’ve heard recently

In response to WordPress’s question, what’s the stupidest thing you’ve heard this week… In the media: “He [Paul Revere] who warned the…the British that they weren’t going to be taking away our arms, by ringing those bells, and making sure … Continue reading

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WordPress interview #2

WordPress: What is a fear you can conquer today? Erin Virgil: Overdue bills: they’re not going anywhere. In fact, I’m on hold with a bill-collector right now. WP: Who’s responsibility is it to change the world? EV: The people with … Continue reading

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WordPress prompt: ten things to do this summer

1. Find a job: this is extremely important on a number of fronts: mental, financial, emotional, societal role-playing, et cetera. 2. Travel to Santa Fe, New Mexico: I have lived in Colorado almost two years and still haven’t seen the … Continue reading

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