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About Not That Big a Deal

Roxanne has a gift for writing and making people laugh. She enjoys sharing both with as many as she can.

“Though She Be But Little…”

In case you don’t know, and you may not, I am short. Not short enough to be considered a “little person” as categorized today, which is 4’10” and under; but I only beat that mark by 4″ so, it is … Continue reading

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“Killing Me Softly With This Thong…”

Any men reading this may, once again, want to avert their eyes. If not, well… I recently read an article that stated, “The thong is dead.” Evidently, women are falling in love with bigger backsides and wearing a thong just … Continue reading

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59 Years and Counting…

Today’s blog is a story of tribute and triumph. A story of two unlikely people that came together out of need and love and created a family, a legacy that will survive long after they’ve gone. Today’s blog is for … Continue reading

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New Year’s Revelations

Every New Year most of us, in some way, shape, or form, make New Year’s Resolutions. We don’t necessarily keep them we just feel obligated to make them. I have a few that I make every year. They are pretty … Continue reading

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Oh, Nuts!

As most of you are aware, I was born and raised in the North.¬†Not a lot of roadside stands selling Georgia peaches, gator jerky, or tangerines, and definitely nobody selling boiled peanuts. In fact, until we moved to Florida, I’d … Continue reading

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You Don’t Know Jack

So let me introduce you… Jack is our oldest grandson and today he turns eleven. In honor of his birthday, I give you…Jack Daniel, yes, that is his name. He was born in 2006, could speak at a fairly young … Continue reading

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Never Say Never Again…

Once upon a time, when my world revolved around babies, burps, and various other¬† bodily functions of little people, the world thought it was a good idea to make harnesses and leashes for children. We would see parents walking in … Continue reading

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