Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Matter of Trust…

This week I’m attending Goodwill Industries International’s Delegate Assembly.  It’s our annual meeting of all Goodwills, and for me a cherished opportunity to connect with many friends across the organization. These are relationships that have been built through the years.  … Continue reading

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I try to shop local. When I grocery shop, I visit several stores.  I have a favorite butcher shop; a favorite coffee vendor; and a couple of ‘favored’ bakers.  The orchard for apples in season.  The farmers market for fresh … Continue reading

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eu·phe·mism [ˈyo͞ofəˌmizəm] NOUN a mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing: The opposite of dysphemism. ““downsizing” as a euphemism for cuts” In today’s world, … Continue reading

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“A chair is still a chair Even when there’s no one sitting there But a chair is not a house And a house is not a home…” Burt Bacharach & Hal David 1964 When my husband and I married in … Continue reading

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