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Crumb – It’s Joy Enough

I came across this wonderful quote from Emily Dickinson today and had to post it: Find ecstasy in life; the mere sense of living is joy enough. Isn’t that the essence of everything we want? That simply waking up to enjoy another day is enough? Combine that with what Wayne Dyer told himself every moring, […]

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Crumb – Decisions For Creatives

I like to write for readers and writers, but this is something different. It’s not a book review or a tip about how to do something. It’s a twenty-minute talk about how to screw a box together. Yes, the simple act of screwing a box together in the shop. Except, as you can sense when […]

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Crumb – The Master And Margarita

I started Mikhail Bulgokov’s The Master and Margarita yesterday. You know how much I enjoy Russian lit and this has been on my TBR shelf for a long time. I don’t know when I’ve had so much fun in the first 50 pages. How did I put this off for so long? In the first […]

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Crumb – Driving To Work

There are two things I can count on during my drive to work. Both include trucks and crappy drivers. I’m in South Carolina, after all. The first occurs when I pull out of my subdivision. Once a week, a half mile down the road on the right, I see a vehicle’s lights stop before leaving […]

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Crumb – Don’t Close Your Eyes

Last night my wife and I were talking in bed. She was looking at me and I had my eyes closed. “Don’t close your eyes,” she said. I looked at her. “Why in the world not?” I asked. “For the longest time,” she answered, “when I would visit you at the hospital after your accident, […]