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this night while everyone slept…

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Have you felt   alone   anger pain loss   desperate defeated deserving   nauseated manipulated humiliated   clumsy stupid judged   embarrassed abandoned betrayed   starved denied rejected   sad sick broken…

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“…Obey thy heart”(part III)

Sally, a family friend, has strapped on gigantic wings and makes her mark with a foundation in India called Rising Star. Families who have generationally been outcasted as untouchables are now being educated by Dreamers who want to make good … Continue reading

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Oh Dear! (part ll)

  After that “weird and wordy” blog post, my children have all booked “flights” for X-treme thrills. “Mom gave her approval, here is the proof!” The message I’m pondering isn’t about taking up bridge bungee jumping or avalanche skiing… It … Continue reading

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The real “F” word

My usual reading does not include Greek mythology but words from Louise Plummer’s book, Thoughts of a Grasshopper got me thinking. Her question in the passage “Fear, I Embrace You,” is this: “What keeps us from making our mark?” I … Continue reading

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Ladies! Have fun with this!

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Here are a few ideas for you to do for YOUR man for Valentine’s… 1.  Make cupid’s love arrows out of tooth picks and a little construction paper place then where your sweetheart…

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Why Fight the Battle of Wits?

Mommers and Dadder’s family is growing. Four years ago I posted my first post called “grin” as I observed my first grand child completely rock his parents’ world; as babies do. They now have Babbers, Pipsqueek, and a bun in … Continue reading

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I Get To Live Here

Snap, snap there it went. The changing if the President of the United States, just like that. But did you feel it? I did. Some Americans were elated. Some Americans were sad or even mad. Now what? That is the … Continue reading

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