Monthly Archives: October 2012

Into the breach

Interesting, isn’t it?  The expression, “into the breach!”.  A breach is a rift or gap.  The expression comes from Shakespeare’s Henry V.  King Harry is calling to his exhausted men during an assult upon the walls of Harfleur in Act Three.  … Continue reading

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Pretend

My heart has two metal valves and a pacemaker.  Nothing man can do to me physically can hurt as much as seeing my children in pain.   Yesterday, I was telling my youngest daughter about an expression, “fake it until you make it”.  … Continue reading

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Underneath

I can’t get all spiritual today.  I am seeing my child hurting and I am grieved to the bone.  As an adult, I have difficulty adjusting to new situations.  Some say that a child is more flexible.  Some say that children … Continue reading

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