Monthly Archives: January 2015

And The Lord Made Teenage Boys…

Wow, I wrote this over a year ago and never edited it to publish it. It is rather lengthy, although gave me quite the giggle. Not much has changed here. Quite simply, I hope you enjoy it and are able to relate … Continue reading

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Crazy Carl, Chicken Lady, and Dark Sunglasses Man has nothing on me!

It began as a typical Thursday morning; alarm clock went off, I show signs of life, and therefore the animal kingdom lingers and jumps around in anticipation knowing they will be fed only seconds from now. I stumble to the … Continue reading

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Enlightenment

A long time ago, a very dear friend sent this to me in a beautiful picture frame that I still keep hung on my wall. I often stare at it to center me: To encourage being in the moment and find gratitude … Continue reading

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A Post for Peace

Originally posted on Real Mom Of Long Island:
My husband goes to work, as so many men do.  However, instead of picking up his dry cleaning and knotting his tie, he velcros on his steel plated vest, resting over his…

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TMI TAG

I was included in the TMI Tag, by my fellow writer, reader and blogger, from mamlisa4. She is a talented and comforting writer who portrays her view of life in eloquent, smooth flowing, and inspiring ways. Her views are overall genuine. … Continue reading

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