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I stared at the numbers in disbelief. I refreshed the page repeatedly, hoping it was just some glitch, that the earning was just not calculated yet.

With a heavy heart, I had to accepted what was to be my new reality.

The rule changed and I suffered some losses as…

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Here I am, chilling on the couch with my husband on a sunny Sunday, about to enter the second week of what I consider as my half employment.

Just when I was getting a bit of footing, life pulled the rug from under my feet — yet again.

I’ve had…

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Blinking — blinding lights
Deep into the dark of night

Into the waves I stare
The wind — a tango with the lights

Lovers by the waterside
Soft tender murmurs

Wide awake in times of slumber
Early birds, worms —
way too early way too late

This city —…

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You know you’ve been gone for too long when it feels a tad weird to type a new story and you have to pause and stumble many many times.

First order of business, I suppose –

How are you doing?

How are you all?

It’s been so long since I…

Life and Love

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“I will love you with all I’ve got, and I will try my very best to give you everything I can possibly give you. I am happy when you’re happy and I will do everything reasonable and within my power to make sure we’re both happy in our relationship. That’s…

Life — Happiness

Happy lady with her happy package. ©Agnes Louis

Hi Agnes!

You now have a nice 1½ kg package of Genuine American Commercial Junk Mail! I hope it gives you (and N, of course) some amusement and a possible LOL or two. And maybe even something to write about.

Thank you for your encouraging words, delightful photos, and thoughtful…

Life — Parenting

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Oh, if she could have carried her children on her back for the rest of her life, she would.

My mother — the strong, beautiful, kind-hearted figure who always stood by us, her husband, her parents, her siblings, her children, everyone whose lives had been touched by her presence.



From one of my past morning runs. ©Agnes Louis

Oh, to catch the sunlight streaming through the green foliage — gently touching the ground with its soft golden light.

A light morning warmth for those who start the day early.

Even birds could not resist its warm touch — perching still on the ground, facing the majestic force.


Life Lesson

Walking my path. ©Agnes Louis

Spoiler alert: this piece contains a bit of spoiler for the movie ‘Sergio’.

The man came into consciousness underneath the rubbles. His face dusty, half of his body buried underneath the concrete.

As he laid dying there with his friend who was also trapped underneath the ruin, he started to…


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I came across a shocking story today.

Ashley L. Peterson tells the story of a mother who took her 17-year-old to court to stop the minor from having a gender-affirming double mastectomy:


It reminds me of the time I discussed with my mother the prospect of me getting a…

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