Cancer Dancer Poetry


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Professional reader and researcher for writers - Reviewer and Editor for online book review sites - AVID reader (well, duh!) writer, crafter (sewing, jewelry, fiber art) photographer, herb gardener, love to learn new things - Married 3842 years, 2 "kids" (now 34 and 36) and two grands (13 and 15) Born and raised California Girl, with stints in Tennessee, learning to speak Southern, and Arizona, learning that living in a trailer is NOT fun! Enjoy conversations with wine and chocolate, long walks and being with hubby and family. Life is good!
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One Response to Cancer Dancer Poetry

  1. Rabia says:

    Lo,
    Sometimes I just come to your blogspot to re-read your musings. They so, uncannily, echo my own. In fact, that is one of the things that drew us together in the first place…our lives have always seemed to parallel each other, albeit in different forms and approaches. Nonetheless, we are both ‘women of a certain age’, that age being the wonderful time in life, woman on pause, when we can finally bring our energies inward and nurture our own selves.

    I applaud, loudly and often, the graciousness in which you face and accept life and all of its curve balls. One of my favorite, anonymous, quotes is: “When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade.” My mother said that to me often as I was growing up. (However, I prefer to make lemon meringue pie!) Oh, yeah, and another one of Momma’s pearls: “Always hope for the best, and prepare for the worst.” I used to think she was being sort of fatalistic, but I now recognize the true wisdom in that advice.

    You, my friend and buddy, are a wise and wonderful woman. I love you and will cherish our friendship for the rest of my life.

    I would say, “Be happy,” but I’m pretty sure you are mastering the art of rising above it all. So, I will end this with…please…keep dancing!!

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