Published August 9th, 2022 by

Who doesn’t love a good picnic? I think along John-Boy Walton family lines. I envision a blanket spread on the side of a mountain. Fried chicken in the basket and…

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Published August 8th, 2022 by

A friend gave a mother an egg for her sick child. The child begged to eat it, for he was so hungry. “No, no.,” said mother. “The egg is our…

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Published August 7th, 2022 by

I Like to Walk with Grandma I like to walk with Grandma, she takes small steps like mine. She never says “let’s hurry-up! She always takes her time. I like…

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Published August 6th, 2022 by

Strength shows in persistence but also the ability to start over if necessary. Stop waiting for the perfect job, the perfect life. Your life is this moment, this now. Never…

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Did you know that Ted Williams hit a homerun in his last official game? Or that Mickey Mantle hit 23 home runs in his first year of playing? What about…

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Published August 3rd, 2022 by

In spite of all the safeguards I have lived with for the last two-three years, I just tested positive for Covid-19. Yes, in spite of four vaccinations, I still got…

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Published August 2nd, 2022 by

It’s the little things that irritate us. Don’t you agree? It’s the dishes in the sink, the unmade bed, or a pile of newspapers on the chair. All the little…

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Published August 1st, 2022 by

Is that you? Stuff inherited from relatives, unsorted boxes, piles of just stuff everywhere? Studies show that stuff makes us fat and lazy. Who knew? Anything that bogs down our…

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