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Say What You Need To Say

I was just yesterday told that I am an “open book” and that there aren’t very many people “like me”. Perhaps. And I did take it as the compliment it was meant to be. And then I got to thinking … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Deserve?

I’ve been having a bit of trouble sleeping lately. You know, so many thoughts, so little time. So many questions, so few immediate answers. So many aches, so little head. Well, that’s not true. I actually have a big head. … Continue reading

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It Goes Without Saying … Till It’s Gone.

I have a lovely old friend named Thomas Wade. Tom’s not really old but we do go back a long way and to this day I count him as one of the finest songwriters I have ever known. On one … Continue reading

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One Of The Worst Things You Can Say (or Facebook or Tweet or Instagram) In Front Of Your Children.

In the past month I have watched two lovely female friends post photos on social media with their (relatively new) partners. Both of these lovely women referred to their (relatively new) partners as “the love of my life.” Nice, eh? … Continue reading

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When You Doubt Your Ability As A Mother …

The absolute God’s honest truth is I never thought I’d make a very good mother. For me, it just didn’t seem to be that “natural” talent that comes to some women, even before they have kids of their own. In … Continue reading

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