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Here’s my story…

Since 2010, I have been writing my thoughts down. Some have been made them onto these pages. Perhaps you will find a little piece of you in them too.

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Self sabotage

If you have never sold yourself short before you started, then this post will have no bearing on you and the way you lead your life.  But, I would bet that none of us could say that.  How many of us have given up before we even started?  When we

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Saving the best for last

Why would we do that?  We do it all the time.  The grand finale in the neighborhood firework show is the biggest, loudest, and brightest.  The last game in a season is the championship.  But life doesn’t work that way.  We NEVER know when it will be our last trip

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Out of sight

How many times have we heard the phrase, “Out of sight, out of mind”?  Many, is what I would guess.  It means that we usually forgot something or someone if we don’t see it in front of us or spend time together.  We lead busy lives and in those few

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When you put up the front

Life is hard and it makes us even more hardened so that we forget to feel because it hurts.  No one I know likes to hurt, regardless of the reason for the hurt.  It’s difficult to ask for help in those situations, too, so we move on…getting through each day,

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One away

That is all.  Just one.  You are one away.  One what, is probably you are saying to yourself.  I understand, but let’s see if I can make it more clearer to you. In order for you to do anything different or change something, even if what you have in front

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Love doesn’t lie

To love someone takes effort, time, and committment, but it is not automatic.  It is not a “given”.  Love doesn’t lie…you know who you love and who you don’t.  And you could probably say why as well.  Sometimes you can love someone with all you have and receive nothing in return. 

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Give it all you have

Several weeks ago, we learned that a very dear friend of ours suffered a stroke…at 48 years of age.  He is a husband, father to five wonderful children and has a smile as big as the universe.  He would give your anything he had because you needed it.  His heart

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Juggling act

I can’t juggle balls in the air or chain saws, but I can juggle life.  That doesn’t mean it is easy, it just means it needs to get done.  I don’t ever really stop, but on occasion, I slow.  I told a few people that they need to worry when

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The words we choose

Having parents who were teachers by vocation, and especially an English teacher for a dad, vocabulary was important and even now he uses words that I just do not understand.  I try, Dad, I really do.  So most times, I use words that mean something to everyone.  Telling a co-worker

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