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Just When You Think You Have All The Time In The World …

We’re all just so darn busy, right? Busy with work, busy with family, busy with hobbies and sidelines and responsibilities. Busy, busy, busy. And then something comes up and we’d like to do it and it sounds like a great … Continue reading

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Is It Coincidence, Random or Perhaps … Destiny?

When you look back on your life and do the math on people you met, events that transpired, opportunities that arose or just places you visited, do you ever wonder what percentage was actually “meant to be”? As in destiny? … Continue reading

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Are You Aging Gracefully or Gratefully?

Today I visited my dear friend G. In hospice. G is just a few years older than I am and has pancreatic cancer. He also has a thousand watt smile that still lights up the room. A sharp mind and … Continue reading

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Motherless Mother’s Day … and Passing The Torch.

This Sunday I will experience my first ever Mother’s Day without my mama. I am not sad. Perhaps a bit wistful but I recognize daily how fortunate I am. And was. My mother lived to 93. I got more than … Continue reading

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