#OnTheRoadHome Blog part ten in a series

#OnTheRoadHome Blog part ten in a series

Dust in My Eyes Back in the late sixties I had a friend who went to India looking for a guru. He told me this story when he got back. He wore contact lenses at the time and back in those days contact lenses were made of glass. He described how he took a long dusty...
#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part nine in a series

#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part nine in a series

A New Place on the Road Well, here I am. My book #TheRoadHome : A Light In The Darkness is “live,” and I’m in a new phase of the journey now. Now I’m no longer writing that book (though I am writing Book II)– I’m putting it out into the world. I’m talking about...
#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part eight in a series

#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part eight in a series

Conversations With God and The Back Office Once I began organizing my author website with a professional, I got initiated into cyberspace in a new way. I’m still not sure where my web design and all its contents are located. My brain simply cannot conceive of the...
#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part seven in a series

#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part seven in a series

Intense My daughter and I were joking (in all seriousness) about how intense we are, how one of our greatest fears is that we are “too much”, and how many women seem to feel that way. I was probably born with an extra serious chromosome. I was definitely born with the...
#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part six in a series

#OnTheRoadHomeBlog, part six in a series

Driving and The Evolution of Consciousness My husband deliberately went through a red light the other day. He apparently did an instantaneous evaluation of all traffic coming from all directions and decided in that nanosecond that he could slide through the...

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