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Countless Ways To Embrace A Fortune

A Treasure Passed Down If you are the anonymous South Carolinian who recently won the largest jackpot in United States history, congratulations! $878 million is a lot of buckage. How does one begin to embrace a fortune so immense? Personally, I received a dollar every...

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Is There A Predator Living Next Door?

What's Happening In Your Neighborhood? Child sexual abuse is most likely happening in the city you live in. It might even be happening to someone you know. It may be happening in your neighborhood, and possibly the person who pulls into the garage within eyesight is...

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3 Things I Wish I Had Known

Navigating The Road Ahead  If you have ever thought of life as a journey, you might have pictured a road. I can remember driving my car at 70 mph on the highway for the very first time. I was not thinking of my destination, but rather of holding my car in the...

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January Sandals

Baby, It's Cold Outside It’s another of those compassionate moments. Darn, they have a way of tracking me down. With the temperature in my area at about 42 degrees one day last week, there weren’t many people in sandals walking the streets. The wind chill factor was a...

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Way Out There, and Wide Open

The Beach in January It's the place to be on January 3rd. I am, however, not there and not anywhere near the ocean. Darn! I'm still putting away Christmas decorations and reflecting on 2018.  Realistic Reflection  Out in front of each one of us is a brand...

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Signs of the Seasons

Your Creativity Is Waiting... ...and creativity is as close as nature and a most glorious occurrence in nature is just around the corner! Soon we’ll be seeing the magnificent backdrop of trees ablaze with brilliant yellows, reds and burnt orange—those luscious colors...

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D-Day and A Visit to Normandy Beach

Normandy Crowning a bluff just above Omaha Beach, I’m standing in awe of the location of the eye of the D-Day storm. Behind me is a sea of 9,387 brilliant white-marble headstones radiating in memory of the Americans who gave their lives on the beaches of Normandy to...

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Voice of the Turtledove

Weather permitting, birdsong fills my bedroom each morning when I crack open the window to hear it. The sweet sound is a free gift of nature. And with the unseasonably warm temperatures forcing buds to blossom, there’s yet another readily available reminder of beauty...

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Snow Rose

It’s a hopeful heart that looks for a rose in January, or so I’ve heard. Roses are out there even if it means taking a trip to the grocery’s cooler to find them. Not that roses are harbingers of spring, but they’re living proof that somewhere the climate is...

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Countless Ways To Embrace A Fortune

A Treasure Passed Down If you are the anonymous South Carolinian who recently won the largest jackpot in United States history, congratulations! $878 million is a lot of buckage. How does one begin to embrace a fortune so immense? Personally, I received a dollar every...

read more

Is There A Predator Living Next Door?

What's Happening In Your Neighborhood? Child sexual abuse is most likely happening in the city you live in. It might even be happening to someone you know. It may be happening in your neighborhood, and possibly the person who pulls into the garage within eyesight is...

read more

3 Things I Wish I Had Known

Navigating The Road Ahead  If you have ever thought of life as a journey, you might have pictured a road. I can remember driving my car at 70 mph on the highway for the very first time. I was not thinking of my destination, but rather of holding my car in the...

read more

January Sandals

Baby, It's Cold Outside It’s another of those compassionate moments. Darn, they have a way of tracking me down. With the temperature in my area at about 42 degrees one day last week, there weren’t many people in sandals walking the streets. The wind chill factor was a...

read more

Way Out There, and Wide Open

The Beach in January It's the place to be on January 3rd. I am, however, not there and not anywhere near the ocean. Darn! I'm still putting away Christmas decorations and reflecting on 2018.  Realistic Reflection  Out in front of each one of us is a brand...

read more

Signs of the Seasons

Your Creativity Is Waiting... ...and creativity is as close as nature and a most glorious occurrence in nature is just around the corner! Soon we’ll be seeing the magnificent backdrop of trees ablaze with brilliant yellows, reds and burnt orange—those luscious colors...

read more

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

“Be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, And tolerant of the weak… Because someday in your life you will be all of these.”

George Washington Carver

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