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ten little pennies

Do you have ten pennies? Count them out. Put them in one side of your pocket or wallet. When you compliment someone put one penny in your other pocket. When you compliment yourself put one penny in your other pocket. … Continue reading

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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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