Tag: Blog

Life

Do You Know Your Neighbors?

Are we too consumed in our own little world that we can’t take 5 minutes: to say hello, help out someone, go for a walk, welcome a new person to the community, or just visit with a neighbor. I heard on the radio the other day that 1/3 of the American population does not speak […]

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Change the World

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=923jxZY2NPI?feature=player_embedded&w=640&h=360] There are billions of us on this tiny blue dot in this universe we live. Each and every one of us is so small and insignificant compared to the overall picture of this earth and in the whole universe. In society, no matter what your religion, race, creed, gender, sexual orientation, or color, […]

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Life

Thanks

Has it been a year already? Where does the time go? One year ago, I started on a journey. The blogging journey. I did not know where it was going to take me, but I ventured on anyway. In this time, I have shared my thoughts, my writing, and my life. And in return I […]

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Life

Something New from Something Old

I recently did some cleaning of my computer files and a cabinet in my home office. In doing so, I found some old poetry that I wrote a long time ago. Some of it is dated back 25 years ago. I read through a lot of it and it brought back memories, some good and […]

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Awards

Thank you, MeticulousMick! The Versatile Blogger Award

MeticulousMick has nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award.  Thank you, Mick.  Check out his blog for wonderful pictures, cultural facts, and he probably knows a lot about Ireland.  Which is where my next vacation is going to be, I just don’t know when.  Maybe Mick can give me a few pointers of places to […]

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Awards

Thank you, Kristen! The Sunshine Award

Kristen has nominated me for the Sunshine Blog Award.  Thank you, Kristen.  Check out her blog, Author Kristen Hope Mazzola.  She is a wonderful writer and I love her work.  She has a book coming out in November, be sure to put it on your reading list. Okay, so now some stuff about me: I […]

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