Nuts and Poetry – works for me!

Thanks for dropping by and commenting, young lady! You seem genuinely joyous, what I know (from experience) is the key to a long and happy life.

The Why About This

squirrel reading poetry

Hey this book is pretty good it’s filled with poems about nuts.

Ode to a Nut

The nuttiest nut I ever saw

was one I never had

And though I tried my best to save

It ended up going bad.


Nuttier than Usual

If never I see another nut

How happy I shall be,

for every single one I find

does not belong to me.


It seems that life is most unfair

Why can’t just one be mine,

But no it always seem to be

It’s never mine – its thine!


The Stash

I’ve hidden a whole stash of nuts

Noone knows where they are

But even if they do get found

They won’t go very far.


You see I rigged a trap inside

Each nut that’s in my stash

So when somebody tries to eat

Instead they will get thrashed!


When I show up…

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Confession 1: Let’s Talk About Eating Disorders

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Imagine being trapped in a bubble under water, being afraid that it could burst any minute and you will drown. That’s one way to describe the state that people with Eating Disorders are in, at least it was how I felt. I wanted to share my story with you, on how I got sick, how I felt while I was sick and how I recovered…

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Thank you very much for sharing this inspiring story. My dearest sweetest love resembles most, among your delightful collection of celebrities, Miss Kardashian, sans what I believe is called of late the “potty mouth.” When we catch a glimpse of this lovely young woman, we make sure the TV is well and truly muted, and then all becomes much more enjoyable!

Exhausted, but happy!

As the holidays have consumed much of my free time, these are the first photos I have seen of the aftermath of the east coast hurricane.

Blessed with a Star on the Forehead

Today I went to Breezy Point, Queens, NY with a group of volunteers. We cleaned out a basement and gutted and demolished 2 houses.

house, Breezy Point

It was eerie getting into Breezy Point.  All I saw was policemen, firemen, and other organizations.  The house and other properties seemed abandoned.

There were no kids playing, teenagers running around, people walking/jogging, nothing of the usual images that makes up what we think a small shore town should look like.

The houses we worked on were right on the water, the view and location was amazing, but it is hard to reconcile the beauty of the view with the destruction that I am witnessing.

I ask myself: Would I want to live this close to the water?  the answer is no!  I love and I am grateful for nature and the ocean, for the beauty of it and for all it affords us, but since…

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Astăzi (Ku Sang)

Sunt foarte rău că nu vorbesc limba română. Mai jos este ceea ce Google a tradus, cum este comentariul meu. Sper că acest lucru nu spune “eu mănânc mazăre cu unt de iac pe Marte.”

Today face again one day and not just a day, but the mystery.
Today past, present and future are one
as river water droplets unite heaven
and spring mountain and sea and storm.
I am here, forever linked with the fate tough chain.
I myself am ’bout eternity and I laugh in the face of death.
Do not wait for death to come to me again;
would come anyway. You must lead a pure life
deserves to eternity what I’m given.
So heart all the world to give
because she would abound. I too full! S an empty …