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    how to
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    finger
  • Each of the four slender jointed parts attached to either hand (or five, if the thumb is included)

  • any of the terminal members of the hand (sometimes excepting the thumb); "her fingers were long and thin"

  • A part of a glove intended to cover a finger

  • feel or handle with the fingers; "finger the binding of the book"

  • A measure of liquor in a glass, based on the breadth of a finger

  • feel: examine by touch; "Feel this soft cloth!"; "The customer fingered the sweater"





    hold
  • A large space in the lower part of a ship or aircraft in which cargo is stowed

  • appreciation: understanding of the nature or meaning or quality or magnitude of something; "he has a good grasp of accounting practices"

  • clasp: the act of grasping; "he released his clasp on my arm"; "he has a strong grip for an old man"; "she kept a firm hold on the railing"

  • keep: keep in a certain state, position, or activity; e.g., "keep clean"; "hold in place"; "She always held herself as a lady"; "The students keep me on my toes"





    bike
  • A bicycle or motorcycle

  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame

  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals












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On Turning Forty-Five




On Turning Forty-Five





I will be forty-five tomorrow.

I’ve probably lived more days than I will live going forward, so the bulk of my life may be behind me. It is 3 a.m. on an oddly warm autumn night in New York City, and I ask myself, what have I accomplished in forty-five years?

If I pay attention to the cacophony of Allison Trivia that quickly pops into my head, a partial list might read like this: I learned to fly a Cessna; was an aerial acrobatic; surfed (even in a dry-suit in the brutality of a Northeastern winter); snowboarded; moved to NYC; mountain-biked; created a career as a food stylist with no prior experience; learned ASL; took fencing lessons; tapped maple trees in Vermont; gazed at wondrous things around the globe such as yakamoz off the coast of Turkey and St. Basil’s Cathedral in Moscow; studied Farsi and promptly forgot it all once I stopped taking lessons; got married, and divorced; spent a night locked in a garage in Milan; got into and out of debt; spent a day helping out on an alpaca farm; worked a curious range of paying jobs from photographer to perfume-sprayer to hair model, telemarketer to tele-surveryor, executive assistant to research assistant, manicurist (without a license – sorry clients) to newspaper article clipper to front desk clerk at a hotel - which still remains one of my most favorite jobs and, if it didn’t require working on holidays and weekends, I’d probably still be doing it; and, and, and…

None of that defines me, it only proves to myself that I was adventurous, and knew how to make a buck.

I graduated from high school, but never attended college. I was out on my own in my teens and, perhaps, that is my greatest accomplishment. I may have gone hungry and homeless as a child, but as an adult (even a very young one) I’ve seen to it that I’ve always had a roof-over-my-head-and-food-in-my-stomach. Amen.

But is that all my life has been? Survival? The reaching of the goals of a child determined to care for herself better than the adults around her did?

There has to be more than that.

When I was little I thought I wanted to be, in no particular order, an actress, a ‘deliver-baby’ doctor and a 2nd Grade teacher named Miss Day. I am none of those things, though I did change my name when I moved from my mother’s home, tired as I was of her marriages and divorces changing it for me.

I didn’t pick the surname “Day”, but instead chose “Tyler”, because it sounded similar to the last name of my favorite of my mother’s married lovers, the only man in my childhood whom I recall treating me well, even buying me shoes and sending me a post-card from Disney World where he spent a week with his wife and children.

But what has my life been about?

If there is an underlying theme, perhaps it’s based in my standard answer when asked as a child what I wanted to be when I grew up. That answer was always, “Happy.” Happy felt huge, and elusive. I had no idea where to find it, or what it was, but I desperately wanted it.

Growing up, the people around me weren’t happy in any way that I could discern. I can’t recall what exactly happiness looked like for me, but I knew it involved “getting out” of my home and away from my family, something confirmed by a hospital psychologist at age 15 after I’d taken 144 pills and survived to tell about it.

She’d told me, “You’re not crazy. There’s nothing wrong with you, and I can’t help you. You need to get out of your house and away from those people, and you’ll be fine.”

I’d replied, “Yeah, I know. I’ve been telling myself that for 10 years.”

From the ripe old age of five, “getting out” was my main goal in life; but when I’d achieved it, working three jobs to rent a furnished room in a house in Somerset, New Jersey, where other under-aged teens lived, too, I can’t recall being “happy” then, either

On that first night, I laid in bed staring at the ceiling, thinking my mother was going to barge in the closed door at any moment. Although she’d removed my bedroom door in her home, she’d still ‘barge’ in at night and demand I clean the kitchen floor immediately, or rant about some craziness or other, because that is what she did, that was my normal. But no one barged in now; and it was weird. I didn’t sleep solidly that first night, or for the first few years. The realization that although I’d indeed “gotten out” but still had no idea how to relax and be happy, was a heavy one.

I had periods of what I considered happiness, usually when traveling, and I came to believe that was happiness, those fleeting good feelings in between shit going wrong and worries about money and the fear of never living up to my own standards for my potential. I lacked essential things – self-esteem; trust in myself; knowledge that I had a choice in everything – I could choose my reaction, if nothing else; and understanding that if a guy tells you he’s not good enough for you, he’s probably right.

I spent the next few decades almost always in that same uncomfortably-c











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Convicted by the Coalition of a minor crime, Riana is sentenced to life on a prison planet — no order, no safety, just a primitive hold filled with criminals vying for dominance. The only way Riana can survive is to give herself to the strongest man there in return for protection. By desperate instinct, she chooses a mysterious, handsome loner named Cain. She offers him her body and can only hope he'll be able to protect her from the other inmates who circle her like beasts.She never dreams she will come to take pleasure in Cain. Or want to offer him her heart as well as her body.

Convicted by the Coalition of a minor crime, Riana is sentenced to life on a prison planet — no order, no safety, just a primitive hold filled with criminals vying for dominance. The only way Riana can survive is to give herself to the strongest man there in return for protection. By desperate instinct, she chooses a mysterious, handsome loner named Cain. She offers him her body and can only hope he'll be able to protect her from the other inmates who circle her like beasts.She never dreams she will come to take pleasure in Cain. Or want to offer him her heart as well as her body.










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