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Monthly Archives: January 2011
It was Thomas Dylan who said in « Elegy » that, « until I die he will not leave my side. » That probably sums up the theme of death for the living. As we cannot know what another thinks especially one who has … Continue reading
I rock in new year resolutions. Seriously. Being the conservative realist that I am, new year resolutions are SMART: Specific, Manageable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely. All my 2010 objectives came through by desire and by opportunities. That was before 2011. It’s … Continue reading