Author Archives: Moon Eggs

About Moon Eggs

A woman who remembers enjoying writing.

Each Day

Years ago I titled this blog Each Day is a Journey. I was fearless of being judged for being new-agey or pseudo-spiritual. Or fully spiritual. I now drown in fear of all kinds. But still, I paddle along, with dog … Continue reading

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growth

Dead things don’t grow. If I’m changing, I’m alive. However unpleasant it is. Shedding. I’ve shed relationships that once were a celluloid membrane around my heart. I am the snake rubbing herself against rocks to remove what is no longer … Continue reading

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muck

I’m mucky. Filled with cynicism, clogged. I do not like the path I am on, and I see it all around me that people have gone far along it, and are miserable. Failing to discover compassion as the core of … Continue reading

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Agony

I am scared to write, I am completely scared to write. This blog has always been so easy, whenever I open the tab. It has to do with audience. An immediate audience, however small or sparse or occasional. I dilute … Continue reading

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Remembering

I am dawning on sleep, my body aching from neglect. The blank page calls out to me as does the ocean to a sailor. I have been fighting this thing, this art thing. Fighting both to forget and to remember. … Continue reading

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What Is Today

Hello world. It’s a wonderful, slow grey day on the West Coast. A slight drizzle. I have been having a slow November. More sleep, slightly less exercise, slightly less of a hustle. I usually panic at the signs of slowing … Continue reading

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A While

It’s been a while, and even the platform has shifted a little. The menu is on the other side. My page, however, has not yet fully loaded, so who knows what abundance shall appear before me in seconds. It’s done. … Continue reading

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