An Old Dog in a New Age

Twenty-six years ago, I was just a little pipsqueak embarking upon a career that I had dreamt about since I was a little girl. As a recent graduate, I was young, naive, inexperienced and had none of the answers. Somehow, I possessed a University degree which stated that I was capable of entering my field …

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A Look Back As I Move Ahead

Wow. A LOT has happened in the past 13 months for me. It's been a real life roller coaster ride which I did not buy a ticket for, but somehow became entitled to just the same. And honestly, the ride just keeps on going. I'm hoping to find a way off of the track sometime …

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Drooling Over Myself Decades Later

As a child, I used to watch my parents fall asleep in their rocking chairs after dinner.  I could never figure out how they could sleep sitting upright like that, heads dangling, often snoring which never worked out well for TV watching for us kids.  That was okay though, because their nap time equalled more …

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COVID19 Shopping 101 in the Buff?

If you must go out to re-stock your essentials, be prepared.  It's just a wee bit different out and about amongst our mostly self-isolating, COVID aware population.  Here are ten tips that you might find helpful (or mildly amusing--gotta have some fun these days!) based on my recent shopping experience. N.B.  In case you are …

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”Down With the Bad, Up With the Good”

It's been twenty-one weeks today. Twenty-one. Whole. Weeks. Typically, when a person refers to time in something other than the obvious measure, such as weeks versus months in my case, one can deduce that there must be a specific reason for doing so. In my lifetime, I've often used such a comparison of time when …

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Death is Real, Even on Mother’s Day

At the Core of it, death is a funny thing....not literally obviously, but it is one of those controversial topics with respect to what happens leading up to, during and after the passing of an individual.  Religion aside, it is hard to argue that the subject of death can leave one feeling mortal, without control and often …

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45 Years of Wisdom Speaking, If You’d Care to Listen In…

I am in my 45th year of experience here in this world of ours and I'd like to think that I know a little something about something.  Well, sometimes, anyway;-).  There are moments in time when I will admit that it is hard to believe that me, little Sue of the family (the youngest and …

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