Creative Brooding

Welcome to my blog. My name is Pat O'Connor and I wanted to create one little spot where I could share feelings, thoughts, even ramble if I want to. Perhaps too, reveal a side of me very few know about. If there are two words I would use to describe myself, those two would be iconoclastic and eclectic.

Saturday, May 04, 2013

Cool Caelin

Let me Introduce - Cool Caelin

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Saturday, April 27, 2013

The New Corporate Image

             The New corporate image 

Movers and shakers, watch out 

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Sunday, March 31, 2013

He is not here for He has risen

He is not here for He has risen

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

The Real St. Patrick

My hope and prayers is for us to remember the real St. Patrick,  his faith and his enduring love for God.

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An Irish Blessing

An Irish Blessing on St. Patrick's Day

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Friday, March 15, 2013

The Best to You and Yours

May love and laughter
light your days, 
and warm your heart and home. 
May good and faithful friends be yours, 
wherever you may roam. 
May peace and plenty bless your world 
with joy that long endures. 
May all life's passing seasons 
bring the best to you and yours!

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Whenever there is sunshine, there is happiness

Whenever there is happiness 
Hope you'll be there too, 
Wherever there are friendly smiles 
Hope they'll smile on you, 
Whenever there is sunshine, 
Hope it shines especially for you 
to make each day for you 
as bright as it can be.

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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Caelen March 2013

Caelen March 2013

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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Goodbye to an Angel

Goodbye to an Angel

In the ugly bleak and often cruel world of assisted living, once in a very very great while you will actually come across an angel.

They are a caretaker that cares for the residents, not because it is her "job" that she is paid to do, but simply because if the care and love in her heart.

Such is one named Pat in this penitentiary I reside at, in the small city of Loganville.

She was a ray of light in what is usually a depressing, lonely life of the residents.

She was treated like garbage by her employers, called n***** by some of the residents and worked to beyond capacity for what I can only say was a dismal salary for the responsibilities she carried and the job she did.

Despite being so badly treated, despite the names, despite the utter exhaustion she carried on with a smile.  She carried on with a smile, not just on her face, but in her eyes as well.

But, she would also stand firm on things she thought were wrong here and it finally caught up with her.  I have never been able to understand how the owners of this place could be so blind or how they could be so downright mean to the one person that made this place liveable, who made it continue to function.

I found out this morning, she has been terminated.

I felt so heartbroken, and even crushed to see one who has given so much, thrown away like you would a crumpled piece of paper.

Just remember, whatever path you now embark on dear Pat, you go with our love, admiration and respect.  I pray special blessings flood your coffers and that you continue to draw close to the God you worshiped and served.  

And I now look to and beseech that God for justice.  

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