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I work hard.  I think I do.  I’ve never minded the long hours, the challenges of hammering out what has to be done to meet a deadline or solve a problem and making the decisions that keep us moving forward. … Continue reading

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“In your Easter Bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you’ll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade!” Does anyone wear a bonnet anymore?  It’s such a quaint word.  And it conjures up a vision of old-fashioned ribbons and … Continue reading

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I like landscapes.  I’m not a big art collector by any means, but when I see a landscape that highlights an expanse of scenery, I’m often drawn to it.  The lighting, the color, the season and more can affect my … Continue reading

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As a child, like many, I was taught the importance of saying “thank you” whenever I received something.  To not say thank you when Mama served dinner, when Grandma proffered a cookie, when anything or any favor was given, was … Continue reading

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Much is said today about the value of experiences over objects…things.  I understand. So much of what we store in our memory, so many of our life stories, are rooted in activity.  Those family vacations, holiday celebrations, visits to special … Continue reading

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In the 1996 romantic comedy, Jerry Maguire, one of the most famous lines to emerge was spoken first by Renee Zellweger’s character and then climatically by Tom Cruise was, “You complete me.”  It continues to make the list of most … Continue reading

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You have to have had a few birthdays to remember that amusing quote!  When NBC launched the comedic variety show Rowan & Martin’s ‘Laugh-In’ back in 1968, the first episode included Sammy Davis Jr. who coined the phrase in a … Continue reading

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“A word or a smile is often enough to put fresh life in a despondent soul.” — St. Therese of Lisieux It seems like everyone is really busy.  Lots of rushing around.  Often tied to the clock, we hurry from … Continue reading

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Nothing is more reliable, more constant than change. Okay.  That’s not really news.  But moving beyond the familiar conversation about how fast things keep changing, we each find that what we’re truly confronting is a changed reality.  A changed what?  … Continue reading

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I remember as a teenager voicing to Mama my frustration when my siblings or cousins would do things I thought were wrong.  Things that maybe I had been scolded for.  Or things that I couldn’t do because Mama thought it … Continue reading