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Food For Thought

We all know that food memories are surprisingly strong.  The smell of something cooking can transport us to a past moment in time.  A mention of an ingredient can make us remember a special meal at a great restaurant, and … Continue reading

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Fit to Print?

I’m a smorgasbord kind of girl when it comes to news. I watch some local tv news each morning, then catch a few minutes of the Today Show. I listen to the radio on the way to work, and throughout … Continue reading

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Plot Change

This past weekend I enjoyed some much-needed Real Women downtime with a couple of BFFs. While talking and catching up, we would from time to time stall out on what we were dicussing, lose our place, or make a rapid … Continue reading

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Legacy Lessons

I had the honor today of joining loved ones to bid adieux to a pretty amazing Real Woman. My Aunt was 87 when she passed, and heaven is lucky to have her now — even though we weren’t ready to … Continue reading

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Taking Flight

Airports are fairly fascinating places.  That is, they can be fascinating and interesting if we can put aside our dread about the inevitable hassles, frustrations, delays, expense and aggravations.  Remember when flying was exciting and fun?  There used to be … Continue reading

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Be Prepared for the Past

I am happy to say that thus far in life I have very few regrets.  Even though I’ve made a few poor decisions over the years, I’m a strong believer that everything happens for a reason, and every decision – … Continue reading

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The Cleavers or The Waltons

I grew up in a “Leave it to Beaver” kind of household.  Sure, we had our share of unique issues, but overall we were the stereotypical wholesome all-American family.  Parents in a long-term marriage, two boys, two girls, we all … Continue reading

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