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You’ll have to bear with me here.  On Memorial Day, I crushed 3 fingers in a wood splitter, causing a rushed trip to the ER.  2 nail bed repairs, 2 pins, lots of stitches later, I’m on the mend.  Except that I can’t do the one thing I need to do, and that’s type!  Well, […]

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Lovely Gems to Ponder

As you know, I love to collect quotes.  I have leather journals that are packed with them. If you’re like me, you’ll savor these tidbits, realizing that few words can sometimes say more than many.  Here are some recent acquisitions. “No matter what side of the argument you are on, you always find people on […]

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Being a Parent

Oh, give me patience when tiny hands Tug at me with their small demands. And give me gentle and smiling eyes; Keep my lips from sharp replies. And let not fatigue, confusion, or noise Obscure my vision of life’s fleeting joys, So when, years later, my house is still– No bitter memories its rooms may […]

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