Author Archives: Alice Horton

About Alice Horton

Grateful, Graced, Divinely Graced, Blessed, Favored, Humbled, Awed, Amazed.

Upside Down Tacos

Upside down tacos was our meal of choice for the evening. So named because the messiness of trying to eat a half moon shaped taco and enjoy all it offers is challenging. Instead, we assemble the different ingredients around each … Continue reading

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The Can’t Chanters Quandary

To begin, the Quandary is:  how does a person who says “I can. I can. I can.” relate to a person who says “I can’t, I can’t, I can’t.” Whether the subject is plans to do something or questions about … Continue reading

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Liberty

The many joys of Liberty are countless and as diverse as the people who enjoy it. This morning’s events were common and regular, almost a ‘Same Old, Same Old’ kind of thing, but not. The church I attended could have … Continue reading

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Perspectives

It is a curious thing in my observations,  how different people may see the very same thing, yet, there will be a slightly different opinion from almost every viewer. If there are a hundred stores at the mall, each one … Continue reading

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DNA Wow- O -Wow

The quest to understand this hair led me to the testing of DNA. Genealogically I knew my ancestry, but the hair issue was/is perplexing. Issue defined as a problem, after problem, after problem; Problem defined as one hassle after another in … Continue reading

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Watching the Decline

This will not be a work of lovely sentiments or humour or creative ideas to boost the dear reader along.  The following is a  more formal collection of memories in response to a question from a dearheart not seen for … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

Transitioning to the other side of life some people call death is a subject of so many unknowns. On the seventh of February one Beloved left.  On the tenth of March, her husband of nearly thirty years went to be … Continue reading

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