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I’M GRATEFUL FOR THE GIFT I WAS GIVEN

This story is about my beautiful friendship with Joni whom I’ve known almost my entire life. I definitely will carry wonderful memories from our time together in Yosemite last week. Continue reading

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BEFORE ZOMBIELAND

Before I rediscovered music, and joy, I was in “Zombieland” for many years. Zombieland represented an existence for me of “no feeling.” There was little heartache or tears, and certainly no joy. My energy was completely extended into coping with whatever situation I was facing, and was about survival. I accepted that existence for a very, long time. There was a reason for that. Before Zombieland, it was much worse. Zombieland might have been a numbing existence, but before Zombieland it was agony!
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