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Five Senses, Why We Need Them

I love the smell of lilacs in the afternoon. I love the taste of hot fudge on vanilla ice cream. I love the feel of freshly landered sheets. I love the sound of my grandaughter’s laughter. I love the sight of a sunrise after an overnight thunderstorm. Our senses are the way we experience the … Continue reading

Is Being Obstinate A Good Thing?

How many times have you thought “I’m going to do this no matter what!”?  How about if you say “I will NOT do that!”? Same thing? Depending on who you are saying it to, you could be obstinate, or you could know what you want and go for it. There’s a lot to be said for … Continue reading

Frustration AKA Arrrggghhhh!

Too many chocolates. Not enough stripes. And those friggin’ bombs! I hate those bombs! Yeah, you all know what I’m talking about. That all time frustration generator Candy Crush. The game we love to hate. Frustration is that feeling of helpless exasperation. It causes huge sighs, clenched teeth, a furrowed brow, and pulled-out hair. A … Continue reading

It’s Never Too Late to Change

“It is never too late to be what you might have been” ~ George Eliot This has been my personal mantra ever since I ht 50. I am going to be what I want to be. Change is Good.We all do it, whether we want to or not.But knowing that you want to, and knowing … Continue reading

Do Ya Feel Lucky?

       I was browsing the web in celebration of it’s birthday (25 years on March 12), and came across this website:The National Day Calendar. It lists all kind of National Days.Some are real holidays. A lot of them are just fun. March 13 is National Open An Umbrella Indoors Day. Have you ever heard that … Continue reading

Weight – A Heavy Word Indeed

I weigh too much. Yeah, you’re thinking, who doesn’t? Well, a lot of people actually. My younger daughter’s weight has been below 110 pounds all her life. (And this after 4 children) Yet I can’t loose any. Weight is an elusive thing. Lose it, gain it, but we’re never satisfied. The word has a certain … Continue reading

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