Author Archives: Alice Horton

About Alice Horton

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

Mr. Horton and I were enjoying a popular tourist’s venue.  We paid a lot of money for each other’s ticket.The outdoor theater setting was a perfection of light and temperature. There were no disappointments for either of us. the performances … Continue reading

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Friends are in from Virginia. We enjoyed a flavorful meal and lots of laughter interspersed with conversation last night. Tonight will be a family meeting with the all-American, and a favorite of various Pizza choices. Thanksgiving and a birthday celebration are … Continue reading

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Many years past, I fell into a state of joy using Pastels as a medium for my expressed visions.  These heavily pigmented sticks are expensive as art supplies go; about four dollars a piece, and go quickly on a surface … Continue reading

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That suddenly, that unexpectedly, the two words and all that they mean in the way of experience and definition happened to me Saturday the 13, about 1:35. My car will be what is called, Total-ed. The physical injuries are still hurtful, … Continue reading

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A Dearheart speaking of personal  weight. ‘Am I fat?’ Was the question posed to me. Hmmmmm. Before I answered I considered so many things.  The Questioner is one of those seriously attractive people.  Drop dead, stop people in their tracks and make … Continue reading

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Usually a hat tops off my look, although the wearing has little to nothing to do with my attire. In the spring and summer my hats are worn to cover my head, specifically my hair. This hair is known as … Continue reading

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a sound of automatic nail guns fills the air at dawn. The  neighborhood’s roofers are busy early!  Some have started before daylight with lights and fans and noisy stinky generators powering all the equipment. We wait for our new roof’s … Continue reading

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Social media sites were filled with amazing photographs.   Outside there is a vibrancy to color of plants with new vigor,  that made me praise our Creator for creativity, diversity, color and scents. Wow! After the Lightning even the fragrances of … Continue reading

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Same old – same old I’ve heard people say. The sequence of a week of  days, mine,  varied little. Meals were routine, garments were changed, places visited were the same places visited on other days. There were conversations, ‘hellos’ and’ goodbyes’ … Continue reading

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Was it forgetfulness or was it maybe, the other far more aggravating culprit, the dreaded Not Paying attention. So many times, myself and other folks I talk with, lament the loss of memory.  Maybe a name escapes recollection, or the … Continue reading

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