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31
Mar

I love you

Just the way you are How many times have we tried to change, dismiss, exaggerate, or disguise parts of ourselves to fit in or earn a…

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17
Mar

How can I make this better?

Figure out what’s wrong. Anyone who has attempted to jam a square peg into a round hole knows the meaning of frustration. Why won’t the darn…

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20
Jan

Will you still need me?

I’m darn near sixty-four  In 1967 when the Beatles launched this cheeky hit song, the only 64-year-old I knew was my grandmother and she was decidedly…

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18
Nov

Can’t Buy Me Love

It’s not for sale. I’m having a good giggle. My dear husband came home late last evening with a bouquet of wilted gas-station carnations. “I’m so…

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28
Oct

Get a Second Opinion

Anyone’s but your own. My friend Maude finally agreed to see her doctor after months of ignoring the symptoms. She asked me to come along for…

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25
Oct

Turn Off the News

I’m craving blind ignorance. On the record, I am a news hound. Call it good old-fashioned need-to-know, but I like staying abreast of current events. It’s…

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30
Jul

Il Vaut Mieux Faire Que Dire

Doing is better than saying. It’s easy to toss out a magnanimous promise, especially in the heat of an emotion-charged moment. I’ll never do it again…

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29
Apr

Rotate the Inventory

Why bother? Good grocers know the importance of inventory management to ensure their stock is always current. Periodically, it pays to check the veracity of our…

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01
Mar

Mind the Gap

Oops - too late. This little phrase is heard as doors open and close on London’s Tube to prevent hurried passengers from tripping on the gap…

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20
Feb

It’s All Good

Really? I love the audacity of this proclamation. It must presume the contrary (it’s all bad) is every bit as true. One has to be omnipotent…

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