Category Archive: people

Apr 22

Experience Is A Hard Teacher


I’ve always said that I have no patience for adults. That’s because I truly believe that most adults should have a certain level of understanding and accountability. I am now aware that my views and feelings about this will continue to cause me a little anguish. The truth of it is that all adults don’t …

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Aug 24

Tonya B. aka Mt. St. Helens

Mount St. Helens

Last night was the first night in several weeks that I was able to sleep. I went to sleep before midnight and I was able to sleep for more than 6 hours. 5 hours is the norm anyway, so 6 was like winning the lotto. Why did I sleep? I removed a stressor. Then I …

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Aug 04

Le Tour De Autobus: Part II – I Don’t Know How to Mind My Own Business

The last blog I wrote was about the funny occurrences that I had on one of my bus trips through the city. It was tongue-in-cheek, but there were some social matters that came up that I wasn’t very happy about. I’ve been told that I need to mind my own business, perhaps I should. I’m …

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Dec 08

She Talked Herself Right Out of a Blessing

I was in a pretty decent mood this morning. I wasn’t rushing and didn’t mind the traffic as I took the kids to school. I was having very positive thoughts and planning for the new year. It was around 8am and I was in bumper-to-bumper traffic on Bellaire, headed east toward Highway 59. I noticed …

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Jul 30

Don’t Bring Dead Weight To Life

dead weight or dead·weight (děd’wāt’) n. 1. The unrelieved weight of a heavy, motionless mass. 2. An oppressive burden or difficulty. Abbr. DW The fixed weight of a structure or piece of equipment, such as a bridge on its supports. Also called dead load. dead weight. (n.d.). The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, …

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