Monthly Archives: August 2010

Procrastination…..

I’m totally bogarting (aka stealing) today’s post from another blog, but it bears repeating. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the … Continue reading

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Keep calm and carry on

Have you seen this all over the blogoshphere? According to Wikipedia, it was a poster produced by the British government in 1939 at the beginning of WWII, designed to raise public morale in the event of invasion. Apparently it was … Continue reading

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Wonderful weekends….

Don’t you just love weekends! I’m sitting at my computer on Saturday morning – it’s later than it should be and I’m still in my pajamas. Love it! My hair looks like I lost a fight with an egg beater … Continue reading

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Cosmic Karma….

OK, so my last post was on Enduring Things, and how they aren’t really things. Well, that lesson “smacked me upside the head” as my Dad would say. This past weekend, we drove nearly 400 miles to the city our … Continue reading

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Enduring things….

Ever notice that the things that endure aren’t really things? Sure, there are the monuments at Stonehenge, the Pyramids of Egypt and the Mayan temples….but, really, the things that endure are not things at all….they are memories, family, friendships…none of … Continue reading

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Refills

Ever see signs at some “restaurants” that advertise “Free Refills”? Some restaurants don’t really advertise it, but that is, in fact, their policy. While some might argue that we don’t need that much coffee, soda, tea, etc., I always think … Continue reading

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First Day of School…

Don’t you love the first day of school? All promise and anticipation and reunions. Newly sharpened pencils, fresh white paper tablets, new notebooks! Such hope. such anticipation. Such “new-ness.” The trick, I think, is sustaining the “first day of school” … Continue reading

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