2020 Milestones Missed

I'm sure that many of you also know some graduates who are moving onto new adventures amidst the craze of this pandemic of ours.  My nephew somewhat celebrated his grade nine graduation and he is moving onto high school (grades ten through twelve) in the fall, however that will look.  Our neighbour girl, whom we've …

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Sometimes You Can Love Hard Enough

Have you ever had one of those days that just keeps getting better by the minute?  The other day, I was fortunate enough to experience that and I am still bathing in the afterglow from it all.  I really truly am. My day began the way it usually does--physiotherapy, breakfast/blogging, my driveway walk, dishes of …

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Present in Every Possible Moment, in Every Possible Way on Every Possible Day

"The good news is that you are in Hawaii....you don't need much." This is the response that the front desk clerk cheerfully rang out with, as I wearily awaited the two-day late arrival of our luggage at wee hours in the morning. After having been without our 'stuff' for over forty-eight hours, his statement has …

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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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The Half-Truths of Free Speech?

"Because your entire life, you have been taught a half-truth...and the half-truth(s) that you have been taught since you were in kindergarten are this:  words hurt, words wound, words kill."   ~Brooks Gibbs A couple of weeks ago, I came across a very thought-provoking video from a friend on social media by motivational speaker, Brooks …

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