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Engage Your Countless Treasures

One Way to Engage Your Countless Treasures is to Discover No Two Are Alike We’ve all seen the phenomenal displays of countless treasures delivered up from the depths of the ocean. They never cease to cover the water’s edge with magnificence. Isn’t it in...

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Replenished — How So?

There’s nothing like a tender nuzzle of assurance when your confidence begs to be replenished. That truth applies to all kinds of creatures—people creatures as well. “O Brother Where Art Thou” had George Clooney in a tight spot more than once. Funny movie! Not so...

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After All Those Years

A Red Barn Story In the era when my grandfather owned an eighteen hundred-acre farm in rural Kentucky, barns were red. Many of those colorful frame buildings still dot the landscape along country roads today. None so nostalgic as the ones from my childhood. I was an...

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Emotion Control

Emotion Control Is A Contender For Joy Tell me what you think. Is this the coolest cover,  depicting the man Simon Hagan—the main character in my debut novel, Eastbound From Flagstaff? How about another opinion? How I do I control emotion associated with...

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Birds, Bobbles, Bangles

Welcome to my world of Christmas decorating! Typically, there will be a few birds showing up in the midst of bobbles and bangles whenever my opinion counts. Birds are one of my favorite decorating elements. That fact is most obvious at Christmastime. Whether a pair of...

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Gratitude: A Thanksgiving Tradition

Gratitude, Ready, Set, Eat!   Here it is—the perfect time to bring out gratitude, traditions, and a healthy appetite. Most of all, gratitude. I don’t know when the focus of Thanksgiving became football and, more recently, shopping. This much I do know: my...

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Engage Your Countless Treasures

One Way to Engage Your Countless Treasures is to Discover No Two Are Alike We’ve all seen the phenomenal displays of countless treasures delivered up from the depths of the ocean. They never cease to cover the water’s edge with magnificence. Isn’t it in...

read more

Replenished — How So?

There’s nothing like a tender nuzzle of assurance when your confidence begs to be replenished. That truth applies to all kinds of creatures—people creatures as well. “O Brother Where Art Thou” had George Clooney in a tight spot more than once. Funny movie! Not so...

read more

After All Those Years

A Red Barn Story In the era when my grandfather owned an eighteen hundred-acre farm in rural Kentucky, barns were red. Many of those colorful frame buildings still dot the landscape along country roads today. None so nostalgic as the ones from my childhood. I was an...

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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