somemother

part forum. part confession. part celebration.

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 30, on Prophesy October 31, 2013

Filed under: 31 Days 2013 — somemother @ 12:45 am
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I want to have the dream again tonight.

We were together.

All was behind us. Things were different. Healthy.

I wanted to remember exactly how it happened but I already forgot…

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 29, on Flow October 30, 2013

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Let my way be
to go with it
whatever it is
rather than hanging on
to my own appraisals and agendas.

Remember:

I can swim this river.
I can even float.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 28, on Recalibration October 29, 2013

Filed under: 31 Days 2013 — somemother @ 12:30 am
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Up earlier. Bed earlier. And all flows better in between.

The subtle erosion of time is minutes on either end occasionally then regularly until the architecture of my day has shifted.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 27, on Relaxation October 27, 2013

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An unproductive day seems a waste when the day lay open with every possibility to fill its spaces.

But.

Maybe doing nothing is something in this age of Busy.

Guilt released.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 26, on Generosity

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An unexpected, for no reason, perfect present. Just because she knows me and that I would like it.

Mutual delight.

This is soul gifting.

I want to be a soul gifter.

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 25, on Miracles October 26, 2013

Filed under: 31 Days 2013 — somemother @ 12:37 am
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Most lost things are eventually found.

Examples: Van keys (years later, where I’d looked before). A baby tooth (despite repeated vacuuming).

And this.

image

Yesterday. By my son.

Hold on to hope…

 

31 Words for 31 Days – Day 24, on Saliency October 24, 2013

Filed under: 31 Days 2013 — somemother @ 11:29 pm
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In minutes, I knew everything important about this stranger.

Coffee. Wine. Twins. Teenagers. Divorce. Work. Survival. Happy now.

As we departed, she earnestly said, I’ll say a prayer for you.

Me.