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A Monday of Remembrance

Today’s date is one few will ever forget. 9/11 is a seminal date, like April 19th, December 7th, and I’m sure each of us carry personal moments of “I’ll never forget” like May 3rd for me. It’s been sixteen years … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Baby Steps

Back when I was a kid–like all kids do–I dreamed about what my life would be like when I grew up. At various times, I wanted to be a dancer, an actress, a cop, a bureaucrat, and a writer. I … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Baby Steps

Ahhh, baby steps. I remember those first tentative stumbles in life–real and imagined. 😆 Baby steps are how we learn to walk. How we learn to interact with people. How we write books. Or at least that’s how I do … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Birthday

Yesterday was my birthday. I’ve been saving this tidbit from the Universe because it offers me a whole year of happy wishes. I hope all of these things for myself, too. So, indulge me today as I contemplate all this … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Paradox

When I was a kid, I hated the phone. Oh, I didn’t mind talking to someone when they called me but calling them? Unless they were very close friends, neighbors, or family, I had a total freak out. I’d miss … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Happy Dance

The year of 2016 is coming to an end. What a ride it’s been. I, for one, am looking forward to 2017. It will be a time of change and I suspect that change will be for the good, despite … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Investment

Wow. Everywhere I look I see such anger and hate. I’m not going to point fingers no matter how much I’d like to tee off on people. Wouldn’t do any good anyway. Those I’d be pointing at don’t believe they … Continue reading

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