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Goal!

Life can surprise us sometimes, often in ways we don’t expect. And, on rare occasions, that surprise is something that says we are heading in the direction we should be going.

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Flustered

“In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.” – Deepak Chopra

Oh, how I wish. The last few days have been a bit crazy here. My father-in-law got a cold. One of my cats got a cold.

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Comfort Reads

“I’d like for the young people, and older ones, too, who don’t count themselves as readers, to know the joy of reading and what it does to enrich your life in so many ways.” – Katherine Paterson
I’ve been going through my list of books read this year and noticed and interesting fact: I’ve been doing a lot of comfort reading of late.

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But What If I Don’t Want to Be an Adult?

We’re buying a new car. Well, new for us. That’s the event that I alluded to earlier in the week. Realizing that our car had reached a point where it really isn’t financially viable to keep it running, we made the decision to be good adults and use...

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The Joy of Tech

According to USA Today digital books outsold print the week after Christmas, the first time this has happened. Now, that surge is likely because people were going nuts with their new Kindles, Nooks, iPads, etc., but it’s not going to be the last. Ten years ago,...

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Leave Yourself Open to the Possibilities

A couple of weeks ago, the husband and I made a decision that altered a couple of things, causing me to change some plans I’d been making for a vacation next year. It wasn’t an enthusiastic decision, but a necessary one. No nothing traumatic, but it has to...

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Free Man in Paris

I’m starting to go back to walking. I had been going to the gym downstairs in my office (it’s company run, so free membership), but it always seemed to be a thing because I’d have to schlep along my gym stuff, change and store my things before going...

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I got nothin’

I had an idea for this entry at some point Monday morning… Before I had five managers whining about something not being done prior to 8 AM that I told them last week wouldn’t happen before Tuesday at the earliest. Before I had to threaten two vendors with...

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Because Today Really is The 10th Day of Christmas…

Yes, Matt, you’re wonderful and I love your performance, but even a year later, David Tennant is still my Doctor and probably always will be. I don’t know who originally created this, but I’ve seen it numerous times on my friends list and...

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The Virtue of Being Selfish

I’m getting ready to say “no” to a worthy cause. At the end of the month, my church will hold its annual meeting and elect three new members to the vestry. It’s been made clear to me that it would be appreciated if I were to stand for one of...

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Sunday Roundup

Status 100 words a day/100 days — at 32 days now. Sitting down to write the words has almost become second nature, with shows the muscles are coming back. This puts me in a good place for the class that’s starting in two weeks, where I will have to do some...

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Goals for January 2011

Slept rather late this morning after staying up to see the new year in. We went out to get a late breakfast which really was lunch and now intend to spend the rest of the day being quiet, knitting and doing some reading. Before that, though, I wanted to post my goals...

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Happy New Year!

Welcome, 2011! Here’s to a fresh, shiny new year. May it be filled with love, happiness and success for us...

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