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A Mountain Lion and Me

I started training again, marathon training that is. It was a tough decision. I was getting used to having more time at home to chill out after ten days skipped. But I ran the other day, and then again today. Beat the heat and got my butt out there before sun-up.



And then, second day back, I saw tracks. Uh, huh. Tracks. Not little bunny rabbit tracks. No, the maker of these tracks would have had that little bunny rabbit as a… Continue

Added by Sugar and Sprouts on July 3, 2008 at 1:17am — No Comments

Some Thing I'm Afraid Of...

My daughter was due in mid February. She was born two months early. My intelligent mind tells me it wasn’t my fault – I did nothing to make this happen and today, she is healthy and strong. My intelligent mind can reason. My emotional heart can’t forgive. I know it isn’t rational but there it is.



I was not able to protect her when she needed it most. So perhaps I may overindulge a bit now in my tendency to control her environment. (I’m sorry but those grapes really, really DO need to… Continue

Added by Sugar and Sprouts on June 28, 2008 at 1:38am — No Comments

The Emergence of a Charismatic Leader

Through the years there have been charismatic leaders who have stood out for the good (Jesus, Ghandi, JFK, Martin Luther King, Mother Theresa) and the bad (Hitler, Fidel Castro, Charles Manson). There have been others who I believe have touched on this pedestal, but never quite made it to the top (Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan). To be in the presence of one with such charisma, such a magnetic pull is, and would be breathtaking, irresistible.



Our country is fortunate enough to witness… Continue

Added by Sugar and Sprouts on June 5, 2008 at 6:07pm — 2 Comments

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