Object Permanence

Photo Credit: Anita Bowen Photography

16_06_UniverseCheck.-8Let’s try to remember one of the first lessons we all learned. The sense that even though we can’t see it, it’s not gone.

The unseen exists.

We all carry things, invisible but present. Scars, hidden out of sight; wounds, unhealed.   We all shed tears, under our smiles.

Of course, we do.  We’re good at masks, at covering up the unseen but present.

Object permanence.

Let’s remember and be gentle with one another.






Stalking in the Produce Aisle

I admit it.

I might have been following the couple through the grocery store and overhearing their conversation just a little bit. I was totally casual and not-at-all creepy about it. I had to find out how their story ended. It started in the produce section as the wife picked out a bag of oranges and I lurked near the potatoes.

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