The re-gift: a hypothetical scenario

Say, hypothetically, you’re dating a cop. Say you’re both middle-aged, meaning, you both have life experience and exes.

Say this cop works a beat in a brothel area. His job is to keep an eye on the hookers, and he gets to know some of them. He knows some of them are mothers.

Say this cop is a good man, and the prostitutes like him, even trust him.

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The Social Minimalist, loneliness and writing in a room with a door

The other day I was in the car inching toward downtown Toronto in high traffic. To help pass the time, I listened to a youtube podcast by a guy whose name is Einzelgänger.

Typically, he quotes ancient philosophers rather than celebrities, but yesterday he quoted Robin Williams, who, if you recall, committed suicide some time ago which plunged the collective fan base into a state of surprise and shock. How could such a celebrated actor take his own life? A comedy actor, no less, who evolved into other, more serious roles after making his fans laugh as Mork?

The quote from Robin I’m referring to touches on a topic which became much weightier during the long years of lockdown at the height of the pandemic: loneliness.

I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone.

Robin Williams
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It’s October and Libra season has begun

If you have Libra anywhere in your natal chart, you may be interested in this post. If you don’t, I bet you know a Libra (well, if you’re reading here you know me!) so this post still pertains to you and your life. 😉

Here’s a little breakdown about the zodiac signs:

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Exciting times at Writer of Words etc

This If Not Now, When journey is adding more than just a few twists and turns. There are multiple roundabouts, construction detours and potholes all along my path which has left me quite pumped, frankly. 🤸

And a little overwhelmed. 😱

Let me share some of the things that have been happening. First, the business ventures, and next, the other, personal stuff.

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Adventures in running online business streams, lessons learned, and a bit about social media

Running businesses online is a difficult endeavor simply because there are so many inter-related avenues.

I wonder sometimes how any of this can sustain long term without mental or emotional breakdown (or exhaustion).

But I learned a few things over the past year and, most recently, the past few months. Allow me to share my insights. What follows is a lengthy monologue. You have been warned. 😛

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Timeless Tarot extended reading by Claudette Tarot Intuitive

I did a spread the other day which I read into a TikTok as a short clip with just a little text and some funky music in the background, but something about these cards I was dealt made me do a deeper analysis.

I decided to play around with WordPress’s file upload. I have no idea how this will work out which is where you come in.

If you liked my Tarot Tuesdays, here is a chance to see more of my tarot readings.

Claudette Tarot Intuitive
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Waiting (and waiting and waiting)

I spent a big part of my day waiting for several things, most recently a phone call from either the girl child or her dad. I was advised earlier I might have to go into the city and get her, but it was not confirmed.

So I await further instructions.

Nothing is happening. My phone is silent.

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Poking a hive with this little experiment

Disclaimer: Use at your own risk. I absolve myself from responsibility. 😉

A person holding a camera is standing in front of some stairs leading upstairs.

On each step sits a teenage boy, probably about 17 or so. They were told to sit in the middle.

The person filming them asked them a question with two possible answers. If they picked answer 1 they were told to move to the left, and if they picked answer 2, to the right.

These were some of the questions:

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