Monthly Archives: October 2016

We are Broken

Reading Time: 6 minutesRecently, I had a talk with my granddaughters about what is appropriate and inappropriate to say or do when with friends. They are 7 and 10 so it is expected that this discussion is not only necessary but will be … Continue reading

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Vacation Reflections

Reading Time: 6 minutesVacation has always been a time for me to forget my real life and lose myself in something fun and exciting. For me, vacation is about saving my money for months or even a year, and then, throwing all caution … Continue reading

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October 9,2016 – A Random List of Things I Know

Reading Time: 2 minutesExercise has to be a “want to” not a “have to” for it to be a long term success. Reducing calories is more beneficial than exercise when trying to lose weight. Toe socks are a vital part of my exercise … Continue reading

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Life in Piece of The Best is Yet to Come

Reading Time: 4 minutesThe title of this post comes from the Van Morrison song, Someone Like You. I could listen to this song 1000 times. Oh wait, I have! No matter how many times I hear it, I always choke on the line, … Continue reading

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Life in Pieces of Daily Accomplishments

Reading Time: 3 minutesRecently,  I read about Mirna Valerio in an article featured on Runner’s World. Before she begins each daily run, she takes a selfie to document the accomplishment. Due to her weight and possibly her race, she indicates that people often do a double-take when … Continue reading

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Some of My Favorite Quotes

Reading Time: 1 minuteYou are perfect because you make me feel special and beautiful and loved. Don’t focus on what’s missing. A Man: He has his own store of false beliefs and fears just as you do. He is not exempt from the human … Continue reading

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Value

Reading Time: 2 minutesvia Daily Prompt: Value Recently, my days seem to be overflowing with people delivering honesty, after the fact. One bit of “honesty” was delivered after the kid cried and insisted the truth was being told. I left the room, came … Continue reading

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