Monthly Archives: December 2013

Quiet And Safe

Quietly ringing in the New Year as I listen to all the merriment outside. Fireworks light up the sky as sirens scream in the distance. I smile as the sounds evoke happy memories and pray that everyone stays safe this … Continue reading

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Count It Down

Christmas Day has come and gone The new presents put away Fond memories bring joyous smiles And happy times together Now the countdown For The New Year comes – One day closer till the end When Auld Lang Syne is … Continue reading

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Sometimes You Need Christmas Early

December has been a stressful month for The Kids and me.  Alexa, my daughter-in-law, has been job hunting since she was laid off before Thanksgiving.  Then last Tuesday (December 16) she was forced to drive over a huge log in the … Continue reading

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Christmas’ Reasons

What does Christmas mean to you? Is it presents and parties or families gathering together to give Thanks for The Child born in the manger? Is it lighting candles to help Santa and the reindeer find their way or lighting … Continue reading

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Healthy and hydrated: 8 Easy recipes for fruit infused water

Tired of plain water? Check out these recipes.

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An apology too late

Originally posted on The world just the way IT is to Sharmishtha Basu:
I was young, naïve, selfish too Too busy in my own hole Failed to see your pain Or ask the right questions That may have brought some…

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Here there be dragons

Originally posted on Marie Taylor, Ink:
I do not write for a select minority, which means nothing to me, nor for that adulated platonic entity known as “The Masses.” Both are abstractions, so dear to the demagogue, I disbelieve in.…

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