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I can’t believe this is happening to me
January 2nd, 2017 | Life | 5 Comments

I was yanked out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of this morning by an overwhelming, high-pitched tinnitus in my right ear—but this time it was so loud I could hear nothing else in the room. And I cried out in fear and frustration, because there is no cure.

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Grapefulness 2016. Yes, another Thanksgiving meditation
October 9th, 2016 | Life | No Comments

I was yanked out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of this morning by an overwhelming, high-pitched tinnitus in my right ear—but this time it was so loud I could hear nothing else in the room. And I cried out in fear and frustration, because there is no cure. The last time the [...]

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*Change is a different shade of blue
August 24th, 2016 | Life | 1 Comment

My husband is a little scared every time he watches me trot off to IKEA while on vacation. I don’t drive ten hours from my home in the Maritimes just to visit my brother in Montreal, Quebec—I drive to shop at IKEA and stay at his place for free. Ssh, don’t tell him.

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Subway Etiquette
August 16th, 2016 | Life | No Comments

I was yanked out of a deep sleep in the wee hours of this morning by an overwhelming, high-pitched tinnitus in my right ear—but this time it was so loud I could hear nothing else in the room. And I cried out in fear and frustration, because there is no cure. The last time the [...]

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In Which Rhonda goes Running and Mixes up Classic Children’s Stories
August 5th, 2016 | Life | No Comments

Rhonda saw the strangest sight during her evening run. A Long Brown Snake reposed at a tiny table, set for tea just off the woodland path. He invited Rhonda to join him.

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The process of progress
July 8th, 2016 | Writing | No Comments

I received an email from an editor a little while ago. She said the piece I submitted “holds promise,” and/or “has merit,” but she didn’t think it was quite right for her publication at this time.

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Proxy Walk
June 26th, 2016 | Life | 3 Comments

There was a stand of rosebushes at the end of the lake, in furious bloom. The dark pink kind with yellow centers, like the ones you planted at home. Their sweet scent was thick on the breeze.

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