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Making the Most of Now

Only one person in a thousand knows the trick of really living in the present. -Storm Jameson If you find that you often don’t sufficiently get the right kind of attention from people you meet or even family and friends, … Continue reading

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Earth is Full of His Glory

Today is coming to a close but I wanted to post something even though the real celebration of Earth Day is just getting out there and enjoying it. As much as humans may be in error in how we treat … Continue reading

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The Horseshoe Bend Crisis

Back on the 18th of October I read a very promising article in the newspaper about what is being done on behalf of the Colorado River and water conservation and use sustainability. I don’t know about you but when I … Continue reading

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Carrie and Me

by Carol Burnett (an audiobook review) The ease of audiobooks are wonderful in a time when multitasking is a necessity. The idea that you can exercise or knit or finish up the laundry and wash while reading is very appealing … Continue reading

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Fall in Love Everyday ?

On April 21st I watched a marvelous Hallmark Special on ABC TV titled Remember Sunday and it really was quite special in its subject matter. The producers and actors did a phenomenal job of handling the touchy subject of mental … Continue reading

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Yoga Month ? Yoga Life !

According to some travel news e-briefs I’ve been getting recently, this past month has been Yoga Month and I think awareness of this discipline is a great idea. For me, it’s been a Yoga life for more than two decades … Continue reading

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The Skating Subculture

 Having once been a part of the roller-skating phenomenon which stretched from the late 70s clear into the mid-90s of the previous century I understand what makes skaters so dedicated and faithful to their pastime and/or lifestyle. As a world in … Continue reading

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Zone and Exercise

Back in 1983 when dieting, for me, was a bad word (the letters d i e glared me in the face !) I found that during my monthly female cycle I would gain and lose no less than five pounds … Continue reading

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