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WHOLEHEARTEDLY WEDNESDAY

Today’s story is brought to you by someone who is wholeheartedly committed to her friends. My definition of a friend is someone who cares about you, listens, gives excellent advice, laughs at your silly jokes, has a shoulder that is always ready to catch your tears,  believes and encourages you, walks with you during the tough times, and celebrates with […]

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TRUTHFUL THANKFUL TUESDAY

This is a story being guided by I don’t know what, but it needs to be written since it has been nagging at me for a bit. Truthfully, I really do not know where to begin, but maybe it will all come together by the end of the story. I don’t know about you but I have been feeling rather […]

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MONDAY MEMORIES

Memories are a like a stroll through a familiar place where each turn resonates smiles, laughter, and sometimes tears. The little boy in the picture is my grandson, Christian. He was four at the time at the time of this picture. Christian is now twenty-two and a senior at the United States Naval Academy.  He is Captain of the Men’s […]

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SALUTE TO SERVICE SUNDAY

Today is November 11, 2018. Today, we honor all those who have served or are serving in our military.  It is my honor to write this gratitude story about three extraordinary young men and to thank all the servicemen and women who have served in all the branches of our military. I have two Grandsons, brothers; one who was Commissioned, […]

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STANDOUT SATURDAY

The story I am about to tell you has a lot to do with the attached picture. From time to time, as you are reading, glance at the picture as a reminder of my words. All through our lives, all of us have experienced: ups and downs, laughter and tears, loss and gains, sickness and health, fear and strength, happiness […]

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FROM MY HEART FRIDAY

When my children were little, I  enjoyed every minute with them. I loved watching them grow, witnessing their, oh so different personalities, listening to their dreams and wishes, and experiencing their loving hearts.  They were kind children who grew into even more compassionate adults. They were taught at a young age to be responsible, and each was expected to work […]

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THURSDAY THOUGHTS

It was a beautiful Thursday. The air was fresh, but the sun was nice and warm.  Thursday is one of my favorite days of the week!  It’s the day I get to host, The Turn the Page Book Club. We meet at Moravian Hall Square at one o’clock in the afternoon. It is a beautiful facility filled with warmth and […]

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