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Monthly Archives: July 2012

“There is a child inside each one of us, who comes out in front of the person we are most comfortable with…”

My soul friend, a kindred spirit.

“Without a real plan for what could happen, I made an effort and reached out for a chance meeting with someone who gave me a glimpse of the color again, if only for an instant. But in that instant, I saw it. I remembered it. And I wanted it. Someone stepped back through time and into my life again…and everything routine, mundane and colorless changed.  

This someone knew about my plans, my hopes, my dreams. This someone knew the person I had been when I started out. This someone knew me and because of that, I could clearly see a different path I wanted to walk down. A path that was filled with the colors of life once again. He had been a friend, my soul friend, a kindred spirit. He had been my lover. Forty years ago.

His name is Jake Richardson.”

~ excerpt from the novel “Uncommon Bond”

by C. L. Gillmore ©2011~

Is your life a novel?

Does everyone’s life read like a novel? Maybe each life is a novel, but only a few realize it and write it down. Look at your life. Look back and see it unfolding. See everything and everyone you have touched or that you have been touched by.

Each story, each life—though different in content—has the ability to connect with another person’s heart in some way. It’s the heart stories, the love stories—whether the story is about lovers, parents, children or animals—that connect us all.

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One Final Season

Lay me down and let your love wash gently over me.
Soothe me softly with that low, steady voice of reason.
Strip all the craziness away and let me just float free.
Heart to heart, soul to soul…if only for one final season.

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Beautiful Bell-Bottomed Boy


When Lightning Bugs Shimmered


Sharing emotions…

“I write to share the emotions, hopes and dreams of my generation, the post-World War II baby boomers who watched social media take over lives. We’re living and loving in longer life spans except we are pushing the equivalent of a magic button with each electronic message.”