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All Is Well

All is already well. I promise.

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Berry Pickin’ Days…

“We kids loved the idea of eating anything stolen, especially with lots of butter.” -Barbara Kingsolver, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle When Elsie moved, she showed me a bag of elderberries she had stored in the freezer & asked if I would be

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Blather

Many, many, MANY run-on sentences ahead, folks. I’ve been writing so much for IHI lately that I feel like I am losing some of my creativity, my grasp on writing anything other than articles I choose and are incredibly compelling

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Moving Forward Fearlessly

“Fearless doesn’t mean no fear, just that the fear won’t keep you from this step.”            -Kimberly Salico-Diehl   I was unpacking some boxes earlier today (I moved in a year and a half ago so,

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On Resolutions…

I’ve never really been a fan of New Year’s Resolutions. Humans successfully change our behaviors slowly and incrementally. We rarely make big sweeping changes in big sweeping fashion, so resolutions are often just a setup for failure. “I’m going to

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Dear Verizon

After having one of the best customer service experiences of my life, I endeavored to give feedback on the fantastic treatment I received and, especially, sing the praises of Daniel, the Solution Specialist who helped me at the Fort Collins

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Grrrr…AWWWW!!….grrrr…

I remember watching my ex-boyfriend’s son go from crying, to laughing, to playing, to getting frustrated, to crying all over again, in the space of about ninety seconds. While rejecting a dinner I’d made for him, in which I was

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