Monthly Archives: February 2015

Whatever Will Be, Will Be

This week we are discussing our early aspirations…what we wanted to be when we grew up. I remember finding out right away that I was good in school and wanting to be a teacher. That didn’t work out completely as … Continue reading

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What I thought I wanted to be (when I was a kid)

… and what I’ve done with my life since By Jeff Salter With the understanding that my career choices in those youngest years were not based on much factual info about the employment fields involved, here are some of the … Continue reading

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Dreams that never fade

First I want to say I am sorry for posting late. I woke up to a winter storm warning and was trying to get things squared away in case we do get that 9 inches of snow. What did I … Continue reading

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Aspirations? Memories??

First of all I’d like to say I have Absolutely No Idea why my Valentine’s post appeared a Week Late!  User Error?  Naw, couldn’t’ be.  😉 Career Aspirations when I was young(er), huh?  Another stretch of the memory.  I think … Continue reading

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When I Grow up…

This week we’ve been challenged to share our childhood dreams. I suppose I had the usual childhood fantasies about meeting Prince Charming and riding on a white horse up the mountain to a gleaming castle. I would never again be … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Elaine Faber

  My guest, Elaine Faber, writes the Black Cat mystery series, but the stories are also romantic, not only for her human main character, Kimberlee, but for Thumper, the Black Cat. In fact, his relationship with his new-found love, Noe-Noe, … Continue reading

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Tribute to the Greatest Generation

Called to Arms… Again By Jeff Salter “Grit doesn’t fade away… it just becomes crusty.” With harrowing elements right out of today’s headlines, this story reaches back into the sturdy heartbeat of people raised during the Depression and tested during … Continue reading

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Trouble Enough

On Valentine’s Day three incredibly talented ladies that I happen to be friends with came together in this incredible box set which is on sale for 99 cents for a limited time only. I am truly enjoying this box set … Continue reading

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It’s a free week.  What can I say?  I’m at more of a loss this week than I was with my Valentine’s article last week.  At least then I had a Valentine’s memory on hand; all typed up and ready … Continue reading

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The Amazing Quilter

We have another free week! This time, rather than writing about a group or people I’m going to tell you about an individual who’s touched my life. About two years ago, while I was working on a book for the … Continue reading

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