Month: August 2014

Forgotten memories

Being big into genealogy and family history, I started writing a historical fiction a few years back.  People have been asking me how it’s coming, and to tell the truth, I had put it on a shelf and forgotten about it.  After people asking about its progress, I thought it was time to get it…
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Are you too busy?

I recently put out our monthly newsletter, but I have a feeling that our blog readers and newsletter recipients are not the same people. I believe the information in the newsletter is important, so I am going to share it with our blog readers – grin. “The busyness of life undercuts the intimacy of our…
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Get it out of your head!

As I was considering what to Blog about this week, I decided to look back through some ideas that I started but never posted. This one was written last September. With the recent, surprisingly unexpected, death of Robin Williams and the publicity is has brought to people who suffer from depression, it seemed this might…
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Is it worth it?

When you are trying to sell something, like a used vehicle or a treasured family heirloom, the quote “something is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.” Which I suppose is ultimately true. Yes, there are assessed values, but if I have a home assessed at $500,000.00 but can only get an…
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Does height really matter?

It goes without saying that most people are not happy with what they have, right? People with straight hair want curly hair and vice versa, heavy set people want to be thin and vice versa, short people want to be tall and vice versa. You get the idea. I posted this picture on facebook which…
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