All Worth Mentioning

The things that inspire us,
a moving read,
steps we have taken
epiphanies,
perceptions,
quotations,
magical spaces,
truths,
a kiss…
all worth mentioning.

Thanks to all who participated this week!

Word-Whelmed Woman
Proscenium
Reena Saxena
Stuff and what if…
one letter UP
Sgeoil
AWISEWOMANSJOURNEY
parallax

See you tomorrow for a new challenge!

(Featured image from personal collection and available through Society6 and Redbubble.)

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

23 thoughts on “All Worth Mentioning

      1. I have shared pieces. I left university after year one because my sister was dying – to care for her. Ended up working in corporate world, married, divorced, remarried, helped him start a business. On the side, I returned to school for French and Psychology, had three children, and studied alternative therapies to help my sister. Volunteer work led me to work with the dying. I studied grief counselling and how to help survivors of ritual abuse – I found myself helping others. Most of my work was non-traditional.

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      2. My job history was sporadic, due to my mental health issues–but it was all clerical (I didn’t finish college/get a degree–English Major πŸ™‚ ). I also trained to be a legal secretary, but never got a job in a law office… The worst job was in a police department–“clerk-matron”–lasted 5 months; strip-searching females was unpleasant to say the least. Best job was at a library, but only lasted till my really super boss was fired (she sued for major bucks and won).

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