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Feel the beat

In the latest edition in the saga of facing challenges and stress, I bring you the musical number. Andy and I are taking Salsa lessons. Yes you read that right, the couple that rented a jukebox in lieu of dancing … Continue reading

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Prioritizing Motivation and Embracing Neglect

I have neglected this blog in a way I had sincerely hoped I wouldn’t. I have had a lot going on in life recently, I have been, frankly, exhausted. My writing energy has gone to writing letters to some I … Continue reading

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When your childhood hero lets you down

When I was in elementary school, my class took a field trip to see a movie about the life of Ben Carson. Ben Carson was at that time a neurosurgeon. What hit me was his talking about struggling in school … Continue reading

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What is fair?

In response to the Daily Prompt: No Fair. I learned early that fair is subjective. Everyone defines it to suit their own world view. There was the notion of separate but equal, which was the concept that it is fair to … Continue reading

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On self, feeling that who you are is wrong

Responding to today’s daily prompt: What’s your biggest regret? How would your life have been different if you’d made another decision? I wasn’t going to do this prompt. After all, why would I want to put my regrets out there … Continue reading

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