Author Archives: Nan Mykel

About Nan Mykel

At 79, I was just about to stop keeping a journal, but that felt like accepting that growth was finished. I don't want to be finished, yet! I'm 80 now, and struggling to communicate with you, if you'll come and set awhile. P.S. My how time flies! I'm 82 now.


  CHANGE It’s bright orange Out of place Needs to be scratched, And popped. Unease, unsure Don’t like it, Kinda frightening, Palpitations, Grumpy, crawling Foreboding… Image:

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Can the base not be as smart as others…

Can they not figure out how to get the hook out of their mouth? Trump seems to believe he’s got you hook line and sinker, forever. How long will a love affair with a lothario last, despite infidelities and castration … Continue reading

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Gonna Have to Reconsider my Our Shadow Selves page?

In light of  today’s articles on consciousness on Three Quarks  Daily… Don’t know what I’m gonna say,  It seems that maybe neither our Shadow Side nor our  conscious  side may be all that conscious.  Maybe I can get on top … Continue reading

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I Enjoyed and Recommend…

The poem “Living,” by C. D. Wright on 1/2/19’s Poetry Foundation today. Interesting poetry form.       Image: Pinterest added by me

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A Recovered Journal Memory, 2002

Tonight while awaiting the new year (oh dear, it’s already here!), I came across a visit I made with my middle daughter to the burial place of a distant family line.  It was a sunny day and ours was a … Continue reading

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A tail tale

Originally posted on Belinda Broughton:
A wonderful reblog of ….. Belinda Broughton View original post

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Fiddlin Around

Ohhh, I want to put some small attempt at art work on my blog, but I have essential tremor, which makes me shake like parkinsons but not have the other symptoms.  I can try and color a photo I already … Continue reading

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