“Time” – Poem, Random Musing

"Time" by Suzanne Allen Invisible among the faces. Moving silently forward. A Lone wanderer in the world. Love still in her heart. Ego bruised and battered. None of it matters. They do not define her. These confidence stealers. Users instead of healers. She is kind, patient and true. Strong-willed and tough. Only needing friendship and … Continue reading “Time” – Poem, Random Musing

Yearning to be free – Fear or No Fear?

I recently watched the movie "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and I really enjoyed this movie.  It made me ponder a few thoughts about myself.  This picture is a quote from the movie and the words have stuck with me.   I have never considered myself a free spirit or a wild person that was until I actually … Continue reading Yearning to be free – Fear or No Fear?

“Early morning…” by S.E. Allen

Dim glow of morning light through the curtains...I think of you. Soft warmth of the sheets against my skin...I think of you. Heaviness of the blanket covering and surrounding me...I think of you.  Gentle whirring of the ceiling fan above, hums to me...I think of you. Numerous fluffy pillows cradling my neck and head...I think … Continue reading “Early morning…” by S.E. Allen

Long, boring marriage – Last words from beyond the grave

October 12, 2017 “…long, boring marriage…” those words shouting at me from the computer screen.  After the passing of my ex, his email account was accessed to get information on his bills and other things to be taken care of.  That is where I found these words.  It has been popping up in my thoughts … Continue reading Long, boring marriage – Last words from beyond the grave

News: Is there still a responsibility to be impartial, unbiased and accurate?    

October 3, 2017 Today was an ordinary Monday morning.  I was still somewhat sleep deprived due to staying up too late and was rushing to get to the cake decorating and sugar art class I paid for a few months ago.  It is something I look forward to every year after the Oklahoma State Sugar Art … Continue reading News: Is there still a responsibility to be impartial, unbiased and accurate?