Well, it is here

Well, it is here. The twentieth anniversary. Due to the heighten media attention I have been interviewed and interviewed again. If you google me, you will find something. Today I am attending a service at the little church near Squad 41 then I am heading to the Cabin....

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Exploring

“Design a life you are inspired to live.” Annette White Yesterday was a different kind of day for me. I felt unburdened. Expect for a lunch date with a friend at 12:30pm, my morning was free. Yes, I had stuff I could’ve done but instead I decided to explore two 9/11...

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Dinner with friends

Jacques d'Amboise's death last week brought back a fond memory of an event that years later still makes me shake my head in disbelieve. Let me explain. My friend, Kimberly, had asked if I was interested in attending a fundraiser event entitled An Evening with Jacques...

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Panic to peace

A year. It's been a year since I headed to the cabin for a couple of days to pack for a conference in North Carolina. Even then I knew I wouldn't be attending the conference. I kept searching for signs that it was okay to go. A vacation to Italy had already been...

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An example to follow

Today is the 35th anniversary of the Challenger tragedy. For many of us it is a national remembrance, for the younger generation it is a historical event and for the youngest it is ancient history but to some it is personal. Thank you families of the Challenger crew...

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A mouse in the house

When I took down my Christmas decorations, I transferred the Hershey kisses from the clear Christmas tree container to two small Lenox candy dishes. Years ago, I decided to use my good stuff and not save it for special occasions. I left one bowl on the kitchen counter...

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The apple store

My grandsons’ love to go to the apple store. They are too young to understand why I always chuckle when they mention the apple store. Oh, not the place that sells iPhones and has a Genius Bar, but the farm stand down the block from their house. As inviting as the...

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Hope vs Cope

I recently came across a blog post I had written for Laced With Grace back in October of 2016. I felt it was still relevant today so I tweaked it a little and decided to share it with you. My reference to Laurie's post is to another LWG writers post just days before...

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