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Wander On, Weary Soul

We have a couple of amazing neighbors named Roberto and Maria. They’ve been married around 50 years, and they’re the type of neighbors that sit out on their front porch and invite you in for tea and cookies or even … Continue reading

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My New Experiment

Last week was a real wake up call for me. Not only have I been really tired, achy, and itchy as well as having more chest pain, I got my latest lab test results back. My C-Reactive Protein, which is a … Continue reading

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Why old people drive slowly…in my opinion

This morning when I left for work, I decided to take the back roads through several neighborhoods rather than getting on the interstate. It’s Friday, and I didn’t feel the need to rush this morning. I was, therefore, shocked when someone cut … Continue reading

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Looking for Answers

So what’s new? I wrote 12 whole pages during National Novel Writing Month and am currently taking a break to catch up on reading, my first love. Hopefully, I’ll be able to do some more writing over Christmas vacation. My … Continue reading

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A New Perspective

I talked with three very wise women today, women with whom I used to work when I first arrived in Texas. Two of them were teachers and one of them was a counselor, and they are now all retired. It was so … Continue reading

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Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes

When I last posted, my husband and I were about to sell our house, and we had no house to move into. This is because we backed out of the contract we had on another house. Luckily, we’re blessed with amazingly … Continue reading

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Overplanning

I’m a planner by nature. I like to look far into the future and have everything in order months in advance if possible. For instance, I have to conduct a workshop in March, and I’m already reading blogs from experts … Continue reading

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