Author Archives: Sheila N

About Sheila N

Enough about me. Art by Tom Brown.

Stuck

Right now, I’m typing & writing away with the members of the London Writers’ Salon. Except I’m not. The group holds Zoom meetings, and despite having taken part in numerous such meetings, I still struggle with technology. And writing. In … Continue reading

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Cancer, Running, & Me

I’ve blogged before about running, and cancer, though not at the same time. The former has been a part of my life, on and off – more off than on, of late – since elementary school. Running was about the … Continue reading

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Trump, Mindfulness, and Unicorns

Listening to a copy of a recent phone call between President Trump and the Secretary of State for Georgia made me feel 1) sad for the people who had to listen to Trump for the vast majority of the hour-long … Continue reading

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Salesman of the Years

“I want to return this year.” “Why?” “It’s defective,” she replied. The salesman picked it up, shook it, checked the plug, then set it down on the showroom floor. “Why, what’s wrong with it?” he asked. “What’s wrong with it? … Continue reading

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Auld Acquaintance(s)

‘Tis the season to think of old friends. Which means long-serving, though we’re all in our 60s now. Which I know is no longer middle-aged, but to me is hardly elderly. Of course, I’m biased. I’m writing this whilst I … Continue reading

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