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I’m Not Getting Older, I’m Getting Bolder
Remember the old Clairol Loving Care hair color commercial back in 1971? It told women everywhere that if they used hair color they wouldn’t be “getting older” they’d be “getting better.” Obviously women (and men) have to get older, because … Continue reading
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“The Only Thing We Have to Fear…”
Remember the boogey-man? When I was a little girl, the boogeyman was real. Scary movies convinced me that he was lurking under my bed making me even more afraid of the dark than I already was. When I went to … Continue reading
“Where is Heaven?”
People are different. We come in different shapes and sizes. We come in different colors. We come with different personalities, different likes and dislikes, different ways of doing things. We’re different and that’s what makes life interesting.
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So…I’ve Been Noticing
I’m sure you’ve been doing the same; because, honestly, there’s not much else to do. So here are a few things I’ve noticed… To begin with, I’m kind of enjoying being at home! This surprises me because I consider myself … Continue reading
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It Was For Science…Really!
Almost half my life ago, when our three children were still small and I was with them 24/7, home-schooling, and babysitting two other small children while living in a two-story, kind-of-two-family house with my sister-in-law, her husband, and their six … Continue reading