Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Please Tell Me

Please tell me reassure this trembling soul, I’ve heard it so many times, yet need to be told again. You are My Beloved, a special part of Me. I am always with you protecting and loving you, now and forever … Continue reading

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Lemon or Honey?

We are what we eat: watermelon belly spaghetti legs a mouth of honey or lemon–what do you choose? We can not change somethings about ourselves–in these nature rules. But we can change how we speak to and about others. What … Continue reading

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Something to Think About #5

I had Christmas yesterday; a man came to clean my water tank who knew how to repair all those niggly little jobs that I can not do myself. As he cheerfully went from chore to chore, I sighed with relief … Continue reading

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4 x 4 Memory

My memory is slipping Forgetful am I today Don’t remember harsh world Keep only sweet memories

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Special Day

Today is not like any other day. It is a special day, finally arrived, never to come again. Will I use this day well, fill it with what truly matters? Afterwards, will I tuck it away to be fondly remembered? … Continue reading

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Bedtime

Can’t wait to go to bed always eager to get up naps are a must. Sleep- sometimes an enemy other times a friend such a complex part of life that we do not understand. It seems so mysterious, strange dreams, … Continue reading

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In the Dog House

I’m living in smaller and smaller houses. Next one I have I will buy at the pet store. I’m buying less and less clothes no adornments, simple cotton Ghandi had the right idea. My car is past the age that … Continue reading

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