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Brownie and Me (Part 2)

If you go to the archives on the right-side column, you can read Brownie and Me (Part 1) which was published on January 20, 2014. I despise going to the vet. Let me rephrase that – my dogs and I … Continue reading

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Are You a No-Name??? Perfect!!!

This is a huge world we live in. The population statistics are mind-boggling. It is easy to wander down the thought path of: “Does anyone really see me?” “Has God forgotten about my life?” “Did I miss Plan A – … Continue reading

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FEAR – What It Really Stands For

I originally published this about a year ago. With unstable current events, clouds of uncertainty all over the globe, and tightening stressors in our personal lives – I’m hoping this can bring some encouragement: Fear, anxiety, and stress can be … Continue reading

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New Year’s REVOLUTIONS

Are you over New Year’s Resolutions and goal setting yet? If I hear one more advertisement about joining a gym, investing in gold, or switching to another insurance carrier –  I’m going to go bonkers! On the morning of New … Continue reading

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Who is in Your Stadium?

Do you ever wonder: Am I really making a difference? Am I just going through the motions of life? Or perhaps you can strongly relate to what George Bailey’s character went through in It’s a Wonderful Life – you’re beyond … Continue reading

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FEAR – What It Really Stands For

Fear, anxiety, and stress can be an unholy trinity. One or more of the three are probably present somewhere our lives right now. Watching the news or browsing the internet usually adds fuel to the fire – rarely do we … Continue reading

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