Monthly Archives: March 2014

Yay Me

“Tomorrow is the first page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.” Today is my birthday.   And I’m ok with that. (Although now I have The Beatles’ “Happy Birthday” running through my head.) When we are young, we … Continue reading

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A Reason to Celebrate

“Different roads sometimes lead to the same castle.”  –  George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones The Irish are an enthusiastic and hearty bunch.  So much so, that St. Patrick’s Day has become a day of celebration for everyone.  “Everyone … Continue reading

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Impossible to Ignore

Slightly more than 50% of the population have them, or some variation of them. Men revere them.  Babies need them.  Women worry about them. Yes, I’m talking about mam’s, ta-tas, The Girls, boobies, breasts.  My apologies to any of my … Continue reading

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And So It Begins

One of the amazing traits in young children is their seemingly universal acceptance of each other. I love watching toddlers and pre-schoolers interact with each other. The playmates could be tall, short, wide, thin, purple, blue or green – it … Continue reading

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We’ve Got Our Reasons

According to WebMD, symptoms of seasonal affective disorder include: sadness, moodiness, anxiety, loss of interest in usual activities, eating more, craving carbohydrates, weight gain and fatigue. This winter, ¾ of the country has been affected by unusually cold temperatures and … Continue reading

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