Category Archives: Women on the Verge

I Want a New Life Stage (or Two)

When I wrote the title of this piece, I heard it in the melody of Huey Lewis and the News’ I Want a New Drug. For the most complete experience upon consumption of this post, I recommend (if not already … Continue reading

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An Unintentional Life Lesson

The valuable life lesson I learned from Dad that he didn’t know he taught me… My dad was a hardworking man – VERY industrious. Not only did he put in grueling hours at the rubber mill in our town, but … Continue reading

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When We Are Wise

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I’m in a phase of my life when I’m recognizing and appreciating wisdom – in others and (surprisingly) in myself as … Continue reading

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A Key to Me

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) When my ex (before we were officially split) moved out of state to take a job (at long last, he would … Continue reading

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She Doesn’t Know She Can Fly

(This post is part of a series chronicling my Women on the Verge journey. Read all updates in the series.) I’m going to start out, Gentle Reader, with an outlandish proclamation in which I hope you’ll indulge me: Cats can fly. … Continue reading

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