The View from a Drawbridge

The random musings of a bridgetender with entirely too much time on her hands.

In this fast-paced era, it’s so easy to say things without thinking. We’re in too much of a hurry. We can fire off an insult to the other side of the world in mere seconds. This is not progress. Yes, I have been known to say what I think, to my detriment, but at least …

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I shouldn’t blog when I’m this tired. I’m seeing things out of the corners of my eyes that aren’t actually there. Furtive movements. I so rarely have the opportunity to use the word “furtive”. Why is that? Hmmm… Clearly, I lack focus. I’m finding it impossible to think coherently. So brace yourself, dear reader. This …

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Live Your Dash

The View from a Drawbridge

I was completely befuddled when I heard that expression for the first time the other day. But once it was explained to me, it immediately became part of my personal philosophical handbook. We should all live our dashes. Imagine your tombstone. It will include the date you were born, a dash, and the date you …

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