bogeyandruby

Random stuff, reflections on the meaning of life and death, humour, self-deprecation, a bit of bad poetry.

My father came home this week after spending six out of the past eight weeks hospitalized. The good news is his heart, after one hell of a tune-up, has the potential to recondition itself, to a fixed frequency of 80 beats per minute, thanks to a new pacemaker. Some things though, will never be the …

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I was reading through some unfinished blog entries and decided to group them by subject in an effort to salvage something worth posting.  The supermoon was November 14th, 2016. Sometimes it’s better to experience life in real time than get the shot. After googling “how  to photograph the supermoon”, I stepped out the back door and …

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The little and large things making my life delicious!

AngelineM's Blog

A little BIT OF THE EVERY DAY............A good writer is basically a story teller, not a scholar or a redeemer of mankind. - Isaac Bashevis Singer

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Mommy blogger, who loves to share what she loves!

Dare Boldly

Artful Words to Inspire Fearless Living

Anna's reading list

My book reviews

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a look into the mind of a crazy indian girl

Lisa Anne Tindal

Redemption Stories

the barbie project

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Bird Therapy

Writing about the therapeutic benefits of birdwatching

Crossed Eyes and Dotted Tees

Writing, Blogging and Books

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Live. Love. Travel.

Vignettes and Bagatelles

Read my mind. Little stories in a big universe.

the long goodbye

to a dying lover, by Roy Cross