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About solsticekitten

I've got a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and a lot of free time. I'm the kind of woman who loves Disney movies, because they are what I was raised on. My favorite movie is Peter Pan. I love fairy tales because they always have a happy ending or most of the time a satisfying one. I love with my whole heart. My nose is usually stuck in a book. The characters become so real, I cry with them and laugh.

Serendipity.

If there’s a book you really want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it. – Toni Morrison After I posted my last post. This quote appeared. It seems fitting. Perhaps the fates are with … Continue reading

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Stream of conciousness for 3/5/13

Death has stunted my creativity. So much death in 25 short years. It creeps in slowly and unexpectedly pounces. He has strangled my muse and enjoys it. I wonder where she has gone my Arabella Winter, my once constant companion. … Continue reading

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Quiet

It’s quiet there. Vacant, the curtains drawn. All the voices aching to be heard, have become silent. Silent as the dead. Dead like you. Like me. The colors aren’t there. Like that time I mixed all my paint. I wanted … Continue reading

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2012 A New Year to Miss You

I’ve been restless all day, agitated beyond reason. It was a good day too. I just wasn’t in it. I thought thank goodness 2011 is over. It was a horrible year. Then I remembered it’s a year without her. There … Continue reading

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The Song that Haunts my Morning

I have all this stuff that I need to deal with. It’s all rattling around in my head like a bunch of marbles crashing and chipping off glass shards.  So much has happened in the months since my last post … Continue reading

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Where I am Now

I turned in my two week notice and my last day of work was on 12/24/10. I’d spent two and a half years at a job I hated. I loved working with my clients who were adults with mental and … Continue reading

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The Vampire Gardners

 Luke and I transplanted our tomatoes because they were getting way to big for their hanging pot. Their roots had completly taken over. I hope to get some tomatoes from them soon. The plant in the red planter is my … Continue reading

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