Author Archives: Dhyana

The Sounds of Heartspeak

It is the first day of Easter Week, late afternoon, when a drift of smoke comes out from under the north roof of the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in beautiful Paris, France. Immediately the wail of sirens gives notice that … Continue reading

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Distraction Desperation

Can I have a couple of minutes of your empty time? This is about the word can. And this is about me, as I work on finding a big enough distraction that I won’t think about the forecast for a … Continue reading

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Buzzy and The Dream

(One special night in a therapy facility) Just woke up from a dream. It’s Buzzy, a close relative of the cartoon figure Maxine, in a bikini, flip flops, kerchief tied around her head with a call light clipped to the … Continue reading

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The Touch: To Homeless and Back

It took just one second – well, maybe two seconds – for my disease-free, chemical-clean, well balanced body to move through space from the booth’s platform to the Diner restaurant’s floor. With some instant clarity on the way down, I … Continue reading

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A Brief History of Texting

In the beginning was the cave wall with a stick figure without pants, and a stick figure with a skirt. The one without pants was a man, a Mr. – mister, a noun, and the other was a Mrs. – … Continue reading

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The Trump’s Tsunami, Day 500-something

The Tsunami (metaphorically The Donald himself), is near to reaching its peak, having flooded ‘the swamp’ that was declared would be cleaned. Not surprisingly the swamp is now in overflow with a wash of hastily named and unqualified crocodiles, numbers … Continue reading

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Announcing Peggy’s New Book – 3 years in the making …

NEW — Between Sun Set and Sun Rise Contact Peggy to Order Your Copy As family caregivers are released from duty by the passing of their loved one, they can find themselves in the dilemma of combining mourning with conducting … Continue reading

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The Story Of The Sixteen Stories

“It’s Hard To Salute Standing In A Wall Locker” If you have a few minutes and really are interested in hearing how I got these WWII stories from 16 ladies, in all four branches of the military, in eleven states … Continue reading

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Never Salute With a Broken Garter is Back in Stock! Get your copy today ….

Never Salute With A Broken Garter Copies Are Now Available! Contact Peggy to Order Your Copy Book Price: $15 plus S&H A collection of Peggy Lutz’s memories between the years of 1944 and 1946, primarily recounting life of a young … Continue reading

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SOME OF US ARE DINGY-ER THAN OTHERS

I have to tell you about the other afternoon and its hilarity. I was sitting in our living room updating business with  Corey from Macy’s, the local funeral home. Daughter Janet was back and forth from office to kitchen overseeing … Continue reading

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