Monthly Archives: January 2014

Being Watched

Have you ever looked back on a series of events and realized something out the ordinary has been occurring and you have been too wrapped up in every day events to notice?  The first couple of times I saw the … Continue reading

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What can you do with 5 minutes?

Life is broken into segments: years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes. We break them into half days, two-hour blocks, length of our favorite TV show, etc. And oftentimes we feel that if we don’t have that “block” of time available, … Continue reading

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No Days Like Snow Days

Today is a school snow day and I have my grandson, Zachary.  He is six years old and thinks I should be his playmate.  We have gone sledding, made snow angels and thrown snowballs.  We came in when our hands … Continue reading

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Books, Books, Books!

Do you know how many books you read last year?  Do you read two or three a month?  Five?  I’ve heard more than once that writers are also readers.  And if you could see the piles of books around my … Continue reading

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Should I or Shouldn’t I?

It’s the first day of the 2014 and I am confronted with the age old question, “Should I make a New Year’s resolution or not make a New Year’s resolution?” It’s a humbling and astounding experience to look back through … Continue reading

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