Category Archives: Lisa Writes

I want somewhere to share (I just deleted the word ‘dump’ and exchanged it with ‘share’) the pieces that I write. Those that I feel might be the better ones anyway.

A Little “S1” Side Story

Recently I have spent HOURS over DAYS trying to get my Mac and Windows 10 to play nicely together, which isn’t going to happen, and now both have been sent to their respective rooms. Although, frustrated with the situation, I … Continue reading

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S1

She hesitated before entering the second bathroom stall. As a methodical and somewhat frivolous person she typically used the third stall as she is the third child in her family and when entering strange public restrooms knowing this in advance … Continue reading

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on priorities and au pairs

She was organizing the to-dos for the day, when she asked, “Is there anything that you need to get today?” He, with eagerness that assumes the answer will be ‘yes’, said, “An au pair!” She, with a schoolmarm attitude looks … Continue reading

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Blue Moon Ramblings

Friday, July 31, 2015 is the second full moon in a month, ergo, a blue moon. And it seemed like something which deserved a ‘sense of occasion’ to me. The last blue moon was August 31, 2012, the next one … Continue reading

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Touched by Art

A few times in my life I’ve been moved to tears by a painting. It may seem silly to some, but Art touches me. Today Richard and I went to “IN BLOOM” at the Denver Art Museum.  While having lunch … Continue reading

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The Angel of Hope – correction

Dear friends, You know that Angel of Hope that inspired me to write our Christmas message this year that we sent you earlier this week? Well, this morning he woke me up to tell me that I didn’t have it … Continue reading

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The Angel of Hope

She stared at the computer, the deafening silence of the blue and gray screen screamed: “Fatal Error…OK.” No, it is not OK, she thought. Unfortunately, it is how life seemed to be coming at her: fatal errors. The challenges appeared … Continue reading

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The Angel of Peace, a Christmas Story written by Lisa

   She lay in bed awake. The wintery sun had not yet risen; outside she could hear the crackle of the frozen world around. Her senses heightened, she was very aware. The room was dark, with only the blue, green … Continue reading

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Still Life Through a Window in Bucharest

The grey – left from the sodden drizzle, left from the ebb of withdrawn life, left from a repressed and oppressed people – the grey now frames the empty window. The last time I looked there was an old man … Continue reading

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About Writing: Excuses #1

   A few people have asked me if I’m writing, because they are not seeing much on the blog on a regular basis. I have excuses, but they are weak, like work and home and life. I also have baggage, … Continue reading

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