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DOING IT MY WAY (freedom/boundaries, part 2)

Well, I’ll finish the story I started yesterday (about hitting the car in the parking lot). I first left a note on the car in case the owner came out, then I went inside to see if I could find … Continue reading

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DOING IT MY WAY (freedom/boundaries, part 1)

Frank Sinatra, right? And now the end is here and so I face the final curtain, My friend, I’ll say it clear, I’ll state my case, of which I’m certain…….. I did it my way How nice to be free, … Continue reading

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Someone had whammed the guard rail!  A sign had been put up “Damaged Guardrail.”  When installed it was shiny, sturdy, and solid, but now it is messy, marred, and mangled.    I wonder who hit the guard rail and why.  Was … Continue reading

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The old fence is frail But serves nobly as a reminder – boundaries matter. ********** Fences are built to keep danger away as well as to keep safety within, or they may keep danger within and provide safety without.  Either way … Continue reading

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