Tag Archives: adaptation

Living on an Iceberg

For her role in Fences, Viola Davis won the Oscar for best supporting actress. In her acceptance speech, she spoke of graveyards full of people who had stories yet to be told. Those stories—“the stories of the people who dreamed … Continue reading

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Know Thyself

While standing in front of the mirror, who do I see? Sometimes it’s her, sometimes it’s me. This morning “Her” was staring at me. So I said “Boo!” and she said “Boo!”, too. That’s when BOOM! I realized, that she … Continue reading

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Adapting to the New Me

Age transforms us and it’s not always easy to adapt to this change. That’s why when I look in the mirror, who do I see?  Sometimes it’s her, sometimes it’s me. (via Cool Breeze) Photos from Advanced Style give me … Continue reading

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Live and let live

Tree and wall;  Mavroyenous Square, Parikia Once upon a time, the world was big.  There was so much space that, if you didn’t like something, all you had to do was “Go West”. But, gradually, so many went West that … Continue reading

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