Category Archives: rejection

When I get famous

I’m going to write a memoir. Where that desire came from, I guess I’ll never know. For 20 years I’ve thought I had to be famous before anyone would care to read much about my life. Then along came the … Continue reading

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Dealing with rejection

Swinging bridges once helped us all cross rivers and streams. They’ve been replaced by concrete spans so that we no longer experience the adrenaline rush of crossing wide, rushing rivers while clinging to a single strand of rope. Maybe we … Continue reading

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