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Gratitude Sunday: March Is On

Gratitude * Sunday Quote of the Week – “The future begins today. It is a gift to which we wake every morning. Make use of it, don’t throw it away.” Daphne du Maurier in The Scapegoat. Sunday Haiku Yellow, yellow, … Continue reading

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Gratitude Sunday: 2018: Year Of The Warrior

Gratitude * Sunday Sunday’s heartfelt tradition. A time to slow down, to reflect, to be grateful. A list of gratitudes, our gratefulness feeds one another. Quoted from Taryn Wilson Joining the Gratitude Sunday Tradition at Wooly Moss Roots. Quote of … Continue reading

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Gratitude Sunday: Wealthy Or Poor?

Gratitude * Sunday Sunday’s heartfelt tradition. A time to slow down, to reflect, to be grateful. A list of gratitudes, our gratefulness feeds one another. Quoted from Taryn Wilson Joining the Gratitude Sunday Tradition at Wooly Moss Roots. Sunday Haiku … Continue reading

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Gratitude Sunday: Winds Of Change

Gratitude * Sunday Sunday’s heartfelt tradition. A time to slow down, to reflect, to be grateful. A list of gratitudes, our gratefulness feeds one another. Quoted from Taryn Wilson Joining the Gratitude Sunday Tradition at Wooly Moss Roots. Sunday Haiku … Continue reading

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From Me 2 U Book Review

Reading for me is like breathing, a daily and hourly routine; I read voraciously.  I know, big word alert, right?  I love learning new words, using new words, learning new subjects, and learning new things about areas already of interest … Continue reading

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Now Here’s The Real Skinny

May we have a drum roll, please? Oh, what the hey, let’s have a fanfare as well! After all, this is the post we’ve all been waiting for. This is the post where I tell you I’m SKINNY now, I … Continue reading

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Why, Yes, I Don’t Like Doctors – Part One

In my adult life, doctors, bless them all, have blamed every complaint I’ve ever had on one thing: my fat. As a child I was round enough but my complaints were viruses or common illnesses that could be vanquished by … Continue reading

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