Tag Archives: Imagination

A Sunday Chat with Myself—Nostalgia

“Nostalgia is a file that removes the rough edges from the Good Old Days.” —Doug Larson I’m the proud product of German parents and I can still speak conversational German. When my children were still young and had young families … Continue reading

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A Sunday Chat with Myself — 11 February, 2018

“No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination; never put off until tomorrow what you can do today” — Lord Chesterfield Life can have its boring moments if I don’t keep busy, but, to me, that raises  a question: is the idea … Continue reading

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The Placebo Effect

I’m fascinated by our opinions and habits that we, as humans display. Many of us carry ‘Lucky Charms’ , or eat lunch with a certain fork, or wear a specific undergarment just before an important event in our life to … Continue reading

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The Magic Door–or, How to Call Back Your Muse when it’s on Vacation.

Last Friday I was feeling–well, out of sorts. If you’re a creative person like I am, you’ve experienced a similar feeling: like a square trying to fit into a round hole. Nothing was going right for me. I had planned … Continue reading

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