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Once again we find the flowers eager to bloom after winter’s rest. TRY THIS WEEK: Add your Spring Haiku!
We work with them and for them. They are in our classes, our clubs, our gymnasiums and our places of worship. We encounter them at the businesses and restaurants we frequent. They can be our friends, our partners, our spouses … Continue reading
Today’s post is kind of about women. If you are a man who follows this blog, consider this a peek into the complicated minds and hearts of those creatures with whom you share the planet; the ones you can’t live … Continue reading
Maybe it is the weather here in the Mid-Atlantic–days and days on end of gray and brown, cold and then colder temperatures and the seemingly endless parade of epic snowstorms we’ve been getting–but, lately, I’ve heard so many people around … Continue reading
My Dear Deb, I will completely admit that, in the fifteen years we have known each other and have been best friends, I have remembered your birthday, on your birthday, only a handful of times (most often reminded by Facebook, thank … Continue reading