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Not Sweating the Small Stuff…Personal Commandment #2

I am beginning to discover that not sweating the small stuff is actually kinda nice.  I have also uncovered the fact that most of what happens in my daily life is small stuff.  Of course,  tragedies do happen, and unfortunate … Continue reading

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Heaven Help Their Heart

The silence is so thick you can cut it with a knife.  The pain is so raw it hurts to meet their gaze.  The loss is so great I cannot imagine finding the strength to breathe.  To be swallowed up … Continue reading

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Being Me…Personal Commandment #1

I mentioned in an earlier post that I was working on my set of personal commandments.  I also said in that same post that it was a slow process.  The wheels still are not turning too fast in this department, … Continue reading

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Giving Him His Wings

What is it about giving our kids wings that scares us parents? Is it the loss of control, the letting go, or losing a part of our life that is gone? All I have are theories and opinions to that … Continue reading

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If I Had Known it Was the Last Time…

Do you ever sit back and think about what you might have done differently if you had known that a particular moment in time was going to be the last time…? For instance, If I had known the last time…My … Continue reading

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My Little Scooter Booter

“A poodle,”  my sister asked?  “Why would you ask me to go look at a poodle?  I don’t even like poodles,” she quickly added. This was the  conversation I had with my little sister about 7 years ago before I … Continue reading

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We are Who We are from the Cradle

While reading the book, “The War of Art” by Steven Pressfield, I came across this  paragraph:  “We come into this world with a specific, personal destiny.  We have a job to do, a calling to enact, a self to become.  … Continue reading

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