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Monthly Archives: November 2013

It’s Black Friday

The Thanksgiving meal has been eaten and the dishes have been washed and put away. I watched the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and I saw Santa at the very end. It’s now official; the Christmas Season has begun. Many people decide to start this season rushing around to all of the Black Friday sales. The … Continue reading »

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Happy Thanksgiving

Well, Thanksgiving Day has finally arrived. The dressing and pies have been made and the turkey has been cooked. I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for taking a few minutes out of your day each day, to read my posts. I have had so much encouragement from my readers. So, thanks … Continue reading »

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It’s Never Too Late to Reinvent Yourself

I have been hearing the term, reinvention a lot lately. Maybe it’s because the economy has been so bad for so long, that many people have had to reinvent their careers and themselves. The depth of ┬ábeauty and prosperity that can rise from ashes, never fails to amaze me. I remember when Mount St. Helens … Continue reading »

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Southfork God

I was a big fan of the television show Dallas, back in the eighties. There were beautiful, rich ┬ápeople and a ton of drama. When J.R. got, shot, the entire nation was abuzz. I even remember seeing bumper stickers that read, “Who shot J.R.?” That was a lot of attention for one television show. I’m … Continue reading »

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Traveling Light

Today is the first day of Thanksgiving Break for my kids. They are out of school for an entire week this year. This long break has given many families the chance to travel for the holiday. In fact, the day before Thanksgiving is supposed to be the busiest traveling day of the year. I have … Continue reading »

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We Are Like Sailboats.

I have always like boats and being on the water. There’s nothing quite like having the wind blow through your hair when you are riding on a boat. Now, when I say I like boats, I mean boats with motors and steering wheels. I like to know that my captain is in complete control of … Continue reading »

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What Does Your Home Say About You?

A friend once told me that there should be something from the sea in every room in your house. I don’t know where she heard that from, but since she is a fabulous decorator and I am not, I went home and took a look around. It just so happens, that my family loves the … Continue reading »

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I recently saw a re-run of the movie, Dirty Dancing. (the original of course) We all remember Patrick Swayze’s famous line, “Nobody puts baby in a corner.” But, Jerry Orbach, who played the dad, also has an awesome line at the end of the film when he realized that he had made a mistake in … Continue reading »

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That Little Voice

One of my favorite shows in the eighties was Magnum PI. I just loved watching him ride around Hawaii in his red Ferrari. Tom Selleck was good-looking and he always got the girl and caught the bad guy. The scenery was gorgeous too and he had two besties that were in on all of his … Continue reading »

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An Evening With Old Friends

I just had the delightful experience of spending an evening with some of my oldest friends. I have known these ladies for over twenty years. Most of us went to middle school and high school together. One of the joys of growing up in a small town, is that you know just about everybody. Not … Continue reading »

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