Category Archives: letting go

Clinging to Routine

We cling to routine like hands grip a lifeboat, even though the storm is past, objects on the horizon grow larger and our feet can touch bottom again. Dinner at five-thirty, grocery shopping on Thursdays, Sunday lunch, always the same. … Continue reading

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When a Pressing Schedule Threatens to Rob Me

Louisville is full of facades that have been preserved. I don’t want to become one of them, just a face with no substance behind it. I had a nightmare that I invited a bunch of writers to my house for … Continue reading

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Something Unsettling at Small Group

I took this post down for a reason I can’t quite put my finger on. It went to all my subscribers via email and for that I’m glad because they are my regular readers and their comments to me were … Continue reading

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